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  • Animal Abuse

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    Murray March 31 2015 Animal Cruelty and Abuse Animal abuse is said to be an under reported abuse stated by The Humane Society, it is also seen as a disturbing abuse. The rate in which animal abuse is going is only making it terrifying. The statistics of animal abuse are rising more and more with each year that comes. Although humans see it as something unfathomable, animal abuse occurs every day. Animal abuse is when physical pain, scarring, or death is brought upon an animal for no reason or showing

  • Animal Abuse And Animal Neglect

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    When one discusses the topic of animal abuse, normally domestics such as cats and dogs come to one’s mind. However, farm animals and livestock also suffer from animal abuse and neglect. In many rural places of southeast Ohio, cases of animal neglect go unseen or ignored. Cows, pigs, chickens, and other stock animals do not receive proper food, water, and vet care. However, the community can change the lives of these animals for the better if they implement change. Education and awareness need

  • Animal Abuse

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    Animal Abuse Unfortunately today there are many cases of animal abuse happening around the world. Animal cruelty or animal abuse can be defined as the infliction of suffering or harm upon animals for purposes other than self-defense. There are many different types of abuse such as using animals for research, using animals for entertainment purposes, abandoning animals to shelters, and animal neglect. We need to raise awareness and find a solution to these issues. Animals are suffering and we need

  • Domestic Abuse And Animal Abuse

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    According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty for Animals, more commonly known through its acronym the ASPCA, “approximately 44% of all households in the United States have a dog, and 35% have a cat”("Pet Statistics."). Despite these animals having a home, many face neglect and abuse. The Humane Society released an advertisement successfully addressing the correlation between households with domestic violence and animal abuse present. The advertisement by the Humane Society effectively

  • Animal Abuse And Human Abuse

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    have been abusing animals. So much so, that there are commercials and organizations dedicated to stopping the abuse of animals. It seems like everyday we turn on the news and hear stories of a person burning a kitten or someone shooting a puppy, but why do these people feel the need to do that to these helpless animals? Is there something deeper than just animal abuse? The types of animal abuse these helpless victim faces are similar to the same type of abuse children face. Animals are sexually abused

  • Animal Abuse

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    really love animals? The truth behind animal research and testing Animal research and testing has been a huge controversial topic in the U.S. For many years, lots of organizations like PETA have created movements to eliminate this completely but without very much success. Personally, I can’t find any positives to animal research and testing but the majority of the U.S population does since animals are used in most major companies and research projects performed by doctors. Animal testing should

  • Animal Cruelty and Abuse

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    Most of the animals found on the road were abandoned by their house owners, the bulk of those animals square measure either cats or dogs. with reference to abandoned dogs, those animals while not superintendence reproduce, breeding puppies that are not desired and so, square measure assaulted through the neglect that they're left to suffer alone within the cruel world of the road. the tough conditions that street animals endure square measure major issues in animal welfare these days. Nearly seventy

  • The Dangers Of Animal Abuse

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    What is animal abuse? For starters, animal abuse is when a person inflicts suffering or harm on any animal. Most people, all over the world own an animal; but there are still far more animals left out on the street. Homeless animals are either left out on the streets or are “thrown” into shelters. This became a problem because not all animals are domesticated. Animal shelters began as pounds. “When the system began to be used to impound wandering dogs and cats, these animals were often

  • Animal Rights And Animal Abuse

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    Animal rights and animal abused William Dudley stated “Humans feel pain and have rights; Animals feel pain; Therefore, animals have rights.” Animals are unique creatures that have a right to live, especially animals are part of nature. Although some animals are nearly extinct due to habitat destruction, for example, humans eliminate forests to have more land or to desperately have cities. Animal rights are increasing the support not only to help animals, to surely help the earth. Studies have developed

  • Abuse Of Animals In Namit Arora's On Eating Animals

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    startling article written by Namit Arora, she shows the truth how animals are raised for the slaughterhouse. Almost every family in the United States has raised an animal at some point in their lives and must watch them grow and pass on, however, no one stops and considers what it is like for the animals that are not raised as pets but for the tightly wrapped meat that is sold at markets. In recent years, farm animals have went from animals grazing in a pasture to fattened pieces of meat going through