Stop Cruelty Against the Animals

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Is cruelty against animals a social issue? Perhaps it is. Think of it as a crime committed against a living being who cannot speak but can express pain when he is hurt, show love and affection when caressed. A society that is tolerant and civilized would never allow for any cruelty whatsoever on its turf. For cruelty committed by an individual against anyone irrespective of the fact whether that being can raise voice or not is cruelty and injustice and thus cannot be condoned. It should be condemned and punished.

STOP CRUELTY AGAINST THE ANIMALS

Every 60 seconds, one animal suffers abuse.

Unfortunately, animal abuse often takes place far from the public eye. Animals have rights, and failing to respect those rights has unending consequences, yet it happens every day. In many cases, abuse isn’t as obvious as one might think. For instance, a dog owner who leaves the animal outside in 40-degree temperatures without water or shade all day is abusing that dog, yet there might not be outward signs of the abuse.

Animal abuse also often takes place far away from your eyes. Sometimes the whole society is responsible and yet does nothing to stop it. Animals may be slaughtered or tortured for testing medicine; an ox may be yoked with a cart that he cannot pull and is continuously lashed for this.

Animal abuse is the treatment of any animal that causes physical or psychological damage. That’s a pretty broad definition, but we’ll break down some of the most common manifestations in a minute. That’s why most governments around the world have laws against animal cruelty. Law enforcement investigates reports of animal abuse and takes appropriate action.

Some animals are more frequently targeted for abuse than others. Ranking at the top of the list, of course, are household pets like dogs and cats. Animal cruelty can involve actively abusing an animal, neglecting that animal, or abandoning the animal.

Livestock and animals used for entertainment purposes are also often abused, sometimes in large-scale operations. These animals can’t fight for themselves, and in many cases, there are no laws against their mistreatment. For instance, you can’t cut off your dog’s nose without breaking the law — it’s animal abuse — but factory farmers can de-beak chickens without penalty. The disproportionate laws concerning animal cruelty are among the first things that require addressing.

Animal experimentation involves using animals, from rabbits and rats to monkeys and dogs, to test products on their way to market. Several industries rely on animal testing to fuel their research, including pharmaceuticals, beauty, and food.

Animal testing involves subjecting these animals to potentially irritating, painful, or even life-threatening substances. They’re housed by themselves in cages so there’s no cross-contamination between animals, and they’re denied a life outside those cages.

Unfortunately there’s nothing illegal about animal experimentation, which is why many people don’t consider animal abuse. However, if one sees it for himself he will know that it is no less than a torture.

Now the big question is how to stop animal abuse. There’s no one way to stop animal abuse. However, when more people get involved in the fight against animal cruelty, abusers get exposed and held accountable for their crimes. There’s no way to stop animal abuse if you don’t know what it looks like. Most people know instinctively that kicking a dog is animal abuse, but they might not recognize the subtler forms.

Reading blogs about animal cruelty, watching YouTube videos, and getting involved with organizations like the PETA can help you gather information. While you’re learning to recognize animal abuse, educate others. Tell the people in your life about what’s going on and how they can help.

Every jurisdiction has its own set of laws concerning animal rights. You can talk to a law enforcement officer or look up the laws on the Internet. Let’s say that you witness an act of cruelty against an animal. You can stop future events by reporting the abuse. Unfortunately, too many people fail to speak up.

Speaking up against animal cruelty can help end animal abuse. The more people talk about it and share education about the humane treatment of animals, the less abuse we’ll see. You could start a blog about animal rights, create YouTube videos promoting humane animal training, or volunteer at your local animal shelter. Most importantly, adopt your animals from rescue organizations. There will always be buyers for pure-bred animals, but those in shelters need homes too.

Unfortunately, animal abuse often takes place far from the public eye. Animals have rights, and failing to respect those rights has unending consequences, yet it happens every day. In many cases, abuse isn’t as obvious as one might think. For instance, a dog owner who leaves the animal outside in 40-degree temperatures without water or shade all day is abusing that dog, yet there might not be outward signs of the abuse.

Animal abuse also often takes place far away from your eyes. Sometimes the whole society is responsible and yet does nothing to stop it. Animals may be slaughtered or tortured for testing medicine; an ox may be yoked with a cart that he cannot pull and is continuously lashed for this.

Animal abuse is the treatment of any animal that causes physical or psychological damage. That’s a pretty broad definition, but we’ll break down some of the most common manifestations in a minute. That’s why most governments around the world have laws against animal cruelty. Law enforcement investigates reports of animal abuse and takes appropriate action.

Some animals are more frequently targeted for abuse than others. Ranking at the top of the list, of course, are household pets like dogs and cats. Animal cruelty can involve actively abusing an animal, neglecting that animal, or abandoning the animal.

Livestock and animals used for entertainment purposes are also often abused, sometimes in large-scale operations. These animals can’t fight for themselves, and in many cases, there are no laws against their mistreatment. For instance, you can’t cut off your dog’s nose without breaking the law — it’s animal abuse — but factory farmers can de-beak chickens without penalty. The disproportionate laws concerning animal cruelty are among the first things that require addressing.

Animal experimentation involves using animals, from rabbits and rats to monkeys and dogs, to test products on their way to market. Several industries rely on animal testing to fuel their research, including pharmaceuticals, beauty, and food.

Animal testing involves subjecting these animals to potentially irritating, painful, or even life-threatening substances. They’re housed by themselves in cages so there’s no cross-contamination between animals, and they’re denied a life outside those cages.

Unfortunately there’s nothing illegal about animal experimentation, which is why many people don’t consider animal abuse. However, if one sees it for himself he will know that it is no less than a torture.

Now the big question is how to stop animal abuse. There’s no one way to stop animal abuse. However, when more people get involved in the fight against animal cruelty, abusers get exposed and held accountable for their crimes. There’s no way to stop animal abuse if you don’t know what it looks like. Most people know instinctively that kicking a dog is animal abuse, but they might not recognize the subtler forms.

Reading blogs about animal cruelty, watching YouTube videos, and getting involved with organizations like the PETA can help you gather information. While you’re learning to recognize animal abuse, educate others. Tell the people in your life about what’s going on and how they can help.

Every jurisdiction has its own set of laws concerning animal rights. You can talk to a law enforcement officer or look up the laws on the Internet. Let’s say that you witness an act of cruelty against an animal. You can stop future events by reporting the abuse. Unfortunately, too many people fail to speak up.

Speaking up against animal cruelty can help end animal abuse. The more people talk about it and share education about the humane treatment of animals, the less abuse we’ll see. You could start a blog about animal rights, create YouTube videos promoting humane animal training, or volunteer at your local animal shelter. Most importantly, adopt your animals from rescue organizations. There will always be buyers for pure-bred animals, but those in shelters need homes too.

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I want a world, where no child would suffer. Charitable instincts would prevail. There would be global acceptance of all different types of people. Man will co-exist with nature and freedom, equality, justice, liberty and fraternity will prevail.

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