Bad Animals, they make ethics.


When I meet an animal that has been labeled as bad, rude, difficult, problematic, I feel instead myself in presence of a very strong cognitive moral agent, that makes animal resistance, leaving unsatisfied the morally questionable demands of animal training industry.

I see ultimately a partisan animal of himself as he doesn’t want to give up his free mental space, handed down by generations and generations of moral agents.

Therefore, if you see “bad” animals with different eyes, opening your mind to other models of coexistence with them, choosing not to be conditioned from your own fears, from social pressures and from trivial beliefs, those “bad” animalities change their appearance and you begin to see them for who they really are, proud guardians of their own perception of the world and enlightened guides for an advanced animal ethics.