We have the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, but so far the UN has not seen fit to draft a Universal Declaration of Animal Rights.
Not all countries accept the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in fact 57 Islamic countries reject it, so there is no chance for a Universal Declaration of Animal Rights.
However with Animalism on the rise, and with an aggressive wing of Animalism called PETA, who knows when we may be asked to sign a Universal Declaration of Animal Rights?
Some though warn that Amimalism is but the thin edge of the wedge of Animism.
And as we move deeper into etribalism, it seems natural to return to the religion of our traditional tribalists, namely, Animism.
And this may not be as strange as we may think, as Catholicism has kept the link with the old spoken culture, the traditional tribal culture, with their sacred transubstantiation, where sacred bread and wine becomes conscious.