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    ASPCA And Animal Cruelty

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    day, hundreds of animals die from hunger and abuse. The ASCPA allows abused and neglected animals to have a voice. It is an organization that provides food, shelter, and care for the animals. Even animals deserve to have the necessities that is needed in order to survive. The ASPCA, a nonprofit organization for the prevention of cruelty to animals, is a great charity that you should contribute both time and money to. It raises both awareness and money for the animals, and finds new homes…

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    Facts About Animal Cruelty

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    The sadness, pain, and feelings animals have are all the same feelings that humans have when they are treated with cruelty, neglect, and abuse. Animal cruelty is a terrible crime that can lead to serious harm or even death of innocent animals. There are many organizations that are looking to seek help against animal cruelty. Animal cruelty may not only occur when an owner beats or assaults their pet, but also during animal testing. Some owners are ignorant and do not even realize when they are…

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    Stricter animal cruelty laws are necessary to prevent and stop the horrendous crimes committed against defenseless animals. Animals are abused in many different ways and it happens way too often. That’s why detailed animal abuse laws are needed in society to protect these creatures. Right now there isn’t many things that seriously discourage animal abusers, if the laws and punishments were tougher it would hopefully give them more incentive to stop. Not only is the abuse harmful to the animals…

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    Over 7.6 million animals are abused each year by the people who own them and people who don 't own animals. Whether at home, or on a farm, or the table, animals play a big role in the everyday life of humans. They’re companions, a good source of entertainment and livelihood, but society is faced with legal, economics, and ethical dilemmas about the proper place for each animal. Some people have recognized this and issued a new social movement, one that will be able to protect every animal from…

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    Should animal cruelty be illegal? Animal cruelty is also known as animal abuse or animal neglect, which is when someone hurts and animal or does not care for an animal responsibly. Animal cruelty has been apart of the society since the ancient ages. People don’t actually see the different parts of animal cruelty, they just see it as having pets, going hunting, using them for experiments, making them fight each other, and used for entertainment. According to the ASPCA, “150,000 American horses…

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    Animals are in and out of our everyday lives, some are used for more traditional purpose while others are just mere companions to keep us company. In most cases, people treat animals as if they were humans, while in others they are neglected, physically abused, etc. Sometimes, this cruelty to animals results in punishment by law, but in other times it is dismissed or not even looked at seriously. This raises the question about animal cruelty, should animal cruelty be punished by law? or is it…

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    Animal Cruelty Facts

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    them.” – Dalai Lama. Animals have been around for approximately 560 million years. However, people have started to treat them and act upon them in malicious ways. There are ways to prevent this, ways for citizens to educate themselves about this situations, and for prosecutions to be made. What is animal cruelty? Animal cruelty is the intentional and unintentional infliction of harm and/or suffering on an animal, regardless of any of the laws against it. These inflictions include, neglect,…

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    Essay On Animal Cruelty

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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…

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    Animal Cruelty Some people don't understand how depressed or hurt animals can get from being in zoo’s or in a cage or even fighting. Animal cruelty has been an issue for a very long time with people over working their animals to hard or using them for entertainment. The use of animals for entertainment or gaming causes animals to get injured or killed, they can get depressed from being in a zoo, and instead of being in a cage they should be in their natural habitat. In the case of show…

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    “Mercy to animals means mercy to mankind” are Henry Bergh’s remarkable words. Bergh was a leader when he stepped up and took charge of the animal cruelty. Bergh died knowing that animals and children would get the help and care they deserved, which shows how much he really cared. It also shows that Bergh has a legacy that lives within the lives of many to this day. Bergh had many allies who helped his on his incredible journey, and some people who gave him obstacles along the way. There…

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