Listen. I work at the animal shelter. I see alot of cases of neglect and abandonment, like people locking their pets in the house when they move out. They say *because is THEIR pet, they have the freedom to do anything they want with it. And all too often, that leads to mistreatment.
Its not directly harming others because most often the animals are still freindly after we rescue them.
But because they feel the they CAN do this to the animals, and they often say its THEIR pet, and they have the freedom to do what they want with it,a and that includes beating and starving the animals. Its not directly harming other PEOPLE, but that still doesnt make it right.
And some people felt as if they had the freedom to introduce their favorite plant and animal into their property. thats why america has starlings and house sparrows, mile-a-minut vine, carp and the tree-of-heven, all invasive species. And Australia has rabbits from one old guy who tought it would be nicet to have rabits, because they remiended him of home. They dont directly harm anyone, but they severely impact the native ecosystems! thats not right!