Animal Cruelty: An Unnecessary Evil

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Animal Cruelty:

An Unnecessary Evil

Nayan Awale

Northwestern Oklahoma State University

Animal Cruelty
Animal cruelty means when someone hurts an animal or does not care for the animal responsibly. Every year, millions of animals suffer through pain and unnecessary tests. Animals has been dominated by human beings long ago. They have been victimized for serious tortures, pain, isolation, and deprivation in the laboratories. Animals has become a source of food, clothing, and entertainment for human beings. Even though vast studies show that animal experimentation often lacks validity, leading to harmful human reactions, but we still continue to use this method of experimentation, while many other less expensive and more beneficial alternatives exist. The ruthless act upon animals is so severe that it has become an evil illness to treat them as per the wants of human beings. We know that each and every living being in this earth has a right to live their own life.
Animal cruelty is not isolated to specific gender, race or demographic. When it comes to animal cruelty, basically people imagine a picture of dog chained up outside in the cold without any food, or some kind of dog fighting ring where Pit
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We need to take initiative to control these violence. In a blog written by Cathy M. Rosenthal (2012), there were five easy steps to avoid animal cruelty, and they were report an abuse if we see it, understand the link between animal cruelty and domestic abuse, teach children to respect animals, support legislation, and volunteer to help animals. We can stop animal cruelty by teaching our kids to respects the animals. We need to be a role model to make sure that they do the same to the animals. These basic steps have a huge impact for the prevention of animal cruelty (Rosenthal, 2012). Educating people about the animal right be the weapon to stop these unnecessary violence toward these innocent

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