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    Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, better known as the ASPCA is a non profit organization that focuses on preventing animal cruelty. The mission of the ASPCA is “to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States” (ASPCA). Animal cruelty and neglect are huge problems in the United States, therefore organizations such as the ASPCA are needed to start the process of prevention. The ASPCA website is used to to bring awareness to the issue of animal cruelty through

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    their children behave. There are severe consequences of animal abuse when enacted or witnessed by children (Ascione & Arkow 1999). After reviewing much contradicting literature and conducting several studies with violent criminals, researchers Christopher Hensley, Suzanne E. Tallichet, and Erik L. Dutkiewicz found that most offenders used more atrocious acts of maltreatment as children that called for intimate physical interactions with the animals (Hensley, Tallichet, & Dutkiewicz 2011). We must be

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    Animal Cruelty Speech

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    you ever seen an animal get beaten? Did it make you sad and sick to your stomach? Well everyday around the world their is an animal being abused and neglected. I believe it's time for a change we should protect and love our animals because it's wrong to harm another creature and to put them through so much pain. I believe it's time for a change we should protect and love our animals because it's wrong to harm another creature and to put them through so much pain. Animal cruelty either deliberate

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    Lush's Animal Cruelty

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    Lush has been fighting animal testing for many years. The founders of Lush, Mark Constantine and Liz Weir, started opposing animal testing prior to opening Lush, with their original business, Cosmetics To Go. (Lushusa.com, 2002). They’ve continued supporting this cause, and have been successful in the sector of anti-animal testing. Lush has been working with various animal pressure groups, and have been very successful over the years. (Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics UK, 2017). In 1993, the founders

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    Animal Abuse is when someone hurts an animal or does not care for the animal responsibly. It’s against the law to hard or be cruel to animals. It’s also called animal cruelty. The topic is going to be over is animal abuse. There’s a lot of people against animal abuse. A lot of researchers try to find a way to stop animal abuse. The FBI is conducting an investigation to find out a way to serve justice to those that abuse animals. Animal abuse has been going on for a very long time now and it need

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    If abusing animals isn’t bad enough, it’s been noticed the terrible connections it has with domestic abuse. The current animal cruelty laws should be more severe and enforced with worse repercussions. Once an individual is charged with abusing an animal, they should be prohibited from owning one forever instead of just months/years. Children that are responsible for animal abuse should be required to see a psychiatrist regularly, so they can learn to deal with their anger in a better way rather than

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    The ASPCA: Preventing Animal Cruelty One Animal at a Time The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, better known as the ASPCA is a nonprofit organization that focuses on preventing animal cruelty. The mission of the ASPCA is “to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States” (ASPCA). Animal cruelty and neglect are tremendous problems in the United States, therefore, organizations such as the ASPCA are needed to start the process

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    Animal Cruelty is a problem that many ignore. People are oblivious to these animals and the negligence their owners show. Animal cruelty is an underlying problem in today’s society, and the only way to counteract these problems, is for this generation to do something about it. Many people do not report cases of animal cruelty. Reports of animal cruelty are less common than crimes against people. This is because the cases do not go through state agencies. The animals that come to mind when someone

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    Animal Cruelty There are many cruel things that people are doing to hurt and neglect animals. This is called animal cruelty, and animal cruelty is when someone harms an animal or does not care for that animal responsibly, such as not giving a cat or dog food or water and not providing them with veterinary care. People who neglect animals should be punished and not have the right to own an animal because animal cruelty is a law and a felony and many people are

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    controversy of allowing veterinarians to legally perform ear cropping and tail docking as a cosmetic surgery on dogs or perceived as crossing the line of animal cruelty; yet, the aspect of animal cruelty comes into action after surgery, during the recovering process of “taping and bandaging that sometimes needs to be done after the surgery amounts to animal cruelty and is indefensible” (Dunn) [Figure 1]. In other words, your companion has to go through a painful recovery that is inhumane in order for the results

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