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    Website: • http://www.humanesociety.org/ is the current main website for the American Humane Society. There are branches all over though that have their own websites that they run. Objective: • There are many concerns that the company is involved in currently. The main objective of the company is to prevent the cruelty of animals which may take place in a variety of manners. Actions by Group: • There are many actions that the group takes in order to prevent cruelty towards animals. The biggest thing that they do is shelter animals that do not have a home and seek a new home for them. They boast that 91% of the animals that were brought through their doors in 2015 have been adopted or placed in the community. They also will take care of animals if there are any problems with them. This means medical treatment, surgery,…

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    Humane Society Analysis

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    Volunteer Work at the Humane Society I chose to volunteer at the Casper Humane Society. While I was there, my main tasks were to play with and give attention to the dogs and cats. When I was with the dogs I would rotate to different pens after about ten minutes and either pet the dogs, play with them, or brush them. There were certain dogs I spent more time with depending on their behavior. I was also able to spend time with the cats. Since I am more of a cat person I spent more time with the…

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    I am proud to have been selected as a candidate for the National Honor Society. I have been working my whole high school career for a position in the society. I believe that I would be an excellent member of NHS because of the effort I have invested into my education and into the clubs I am involved in. Through my effort and determined character, I have proudly earned the leadership positions I now hold throughout many organizations in the high school. Overall, I am ready to become part of the…

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    Learning Project I have decided to volunteer at The Humane Society of Northwest Iowa (HSNWIA). The HSNWIA is a non-profit animal shelter…

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    In this communication audit, we will be focusing on the efforts made by the Humane Society of North Texas to communicate to their key audiences. We will examine the society’s different channels of communication with the public and identify their strengths and weaknesses. We will also suggest any changes that need to be made for the organization to achieve their ideal goals and ensure all efforts are effective and needed. For 111 years the Humane Society of North Texas have been “an advocate on…

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    Two Forms Of Animal Abuse

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    Animal fighting is a contest in which people urge two or more animals to fight for the purpose of human entertainment. In some instances, one of the animals may be a bait animal used for the ostensible purpose of sport or training (Animal Fighting Facts). According to the help page, approximately sixteen thousand dogs die each year from dog fighting. Some people are even so sick that they will abduct other people’s dogs and force them to fight. People also have businesses and do these things out…

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    The Humane Society is ran by few people, and there are hundreds of animals in there that need cared for. It’s hard for the lady’s to keep up on cleaning the place, while also care for each animal. I, years ago, did community service there and seeing the look on the woman’s face when I would do something or help her in any way was always rewarding. If I washed the walls, picked up dog poop, walked the dogs, played with the kittens, or bathed the animals she would sign with relief that that was…

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    Animal Observation

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    In almost every community, there is a humane society that provides a safe home for cats and dogs that have wandered form their home or have been given away by their family. In most situations, the animal was abused, malnourished, or some other horrible situation. No matter what the situation, all of these animals need attention. During open hours, anyone can volunteer any amount of time to help and give these animals the attention that they've lacked. In my opinion, this certain project that I…

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    States often abuse this process in order to regain space by euthanizing the animals taking it up. By developing more shelters and expanding the existing ones, this issue can be resolved easily and humanely. Morally, the only valid reason a veterinary has to euthanize an animal is if the animal has some kind of medical issue and is experiencing major pain and/or suffering, but because there is no law that prohibits euthanasia, it takes place all over the United States for various reasons.…

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    Cage Free Essay

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    Taking into account the high cost of the cage-free system, it is not hard to infer that cage-free eggs will seek higher prices in the market. Chad Gregory points out that people may see a 10-cent increase for every dozen of eggs.7 For those who care about the high price of the cage-free eggs, I argue that it will not be a big problem, given the consumers’ awareness and willingness. In 2009, the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) carried out a survey on humane food.12…

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