A medical research charity in the UK staged their study around two fake advertisements asking for donations. In the first ad, readers were told the sad story of a man named Harrison. It read, “Would You give £5 to save Harrison from a slow, painful death?” The story didn’t change for the second ad, but instead of being human, Harrison was a dog. Now The Times of London published an experiment meant to compare a person’s empathy toward dogs as opposed to other humans.
In my opinion this “study” is just nonsense. Having dogs myself, I know they need often help to get along in our manmade complex societies. A human can find his way out of problems much easier. So its rather an attitude of giving help, not being emphatic.
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