Killing Bugs

Smash! Smash! Smash!

Did you know that over 2 million bugs die each day? People should just leave bugs alone and not kill them unless they are harming you or the people around you.

They are living creatures just like us, It would be just like killing a human which usually no one would ever want to do.

A lot of people around the world have very big issues with infestations. In order to stop the infestations you have to kill the bugs so that they no longer exist in your home or anywhere. There are not a lot of other ways to get rid of them other than just killing them, but there are . For example you could lure them outside with food.That’s just one way that you could get rid of bugs without possibly killing them! You could try to prevent bugs from getting in your house by maybe keeping your door closed or cleaning out the attack every once in a while.

Like Tim Kreider in the article “Smushing Bugs”, many people have infestations. Tim Kreider and the rest of his family have recently been fighting infestation this summer. In that article he states this: “Sometimes I’ll massacre dozens at a time”. Obviously Tim has no problems with killing bugs or smushing them, but that doesn’t mean that everyone doesn’t.

They are living things just like us and we should leave them alone just like we do humans. Only people out of their minds or psychopaths would even have the thought to kill a
human. So the next time you have the idea to kill a bug just stop and think about what you’re doing. You’re technically killing a human!

About the Author

Paige G. loves soccer, volleyball and food. She also really likes animals.  🙂

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