All animals are equally entitled to the same quality
You cannot put animals off as if they were
You can for instance not just throw
mildewed slices of bread (or other kinds of "fast
food") over the fence to an animal, on a place where
it also drops its stools. Endangering the health of animals
is an injust limitation of freedom too.
To many animals as well, it matters that being free to
come into contact with their congeners belongs to the
qualities of life. The same goes for not having to be
frightened or for being able to practice skills under
natural circumstances, et cetera.
Something similar applies to the quality of lending
aid. In Holland f.e. there is no law that organizes
the start or management of animal-ambulances, and no
demands are made about voluntary aid to animals, with
the exception of registered animal asylums or shelters.
An asylum cannot take up animals in unlimited numbers.
The result is that whoever finds an animal that needs
care, starts looking after it himself or herself or
organizations that lend assistance - with the best of
intentions - accomodate such animals at private homes.
This often concerns animals that are "too common"
to be brought to an asylum (such as jackdaws, crows,
gulls and rabbits). Knowledge about a responsible (re-)introduction
of the animal in nature is lacking, and all it is is
in fact only putting off the evil hour.
Another consequence is that "bunglers"
and people who themselves are in need of help, under the
cover of "therapy"
start to meddle with the sheltering and taking care of
sick animals. In fact they pay little attention to the
animal, for they themselves are in need of attention.
In this way they reduce the animal's chances on healing
(and subsequently regaining freedom).
The habitats that are now left to animals living in
the wild often are grounds man himself does not want
to exploit. The biodiversity of plants in nature decreases
by over-fertilizing and environmental pollution. These
habitats often only suit animals that make no high demands
upon their territory.
Also to be considered are the so called "zero-grazing"
pastures, because more and more cows are being kept
inside the stables all year long, for economic reasons
only. Many people are far from happy with this un-natural
alone the cows.
Furthermore safety measures, such as the ones practiced
in traffic, should also be developed for animals in
order to prevent animal traffic-victims. Examples are:
wildlife-tunnels, wildlife-flyovers or eco-ducts, wildlife
wire-fences, etcetera. "It is only an animal" may not be the motive to neglect the interests of animals.