Every day in the United States animals are beaten, neglected, or forced to struggle for survival. Some are found and rescued, given the chance to experience how great life and humans can be while others aren't so lucky. To grow as a nation everyone should fight for these abused animals' rights and severely punish heartless owners. It is up to us to speak for these creatures who lack a voice, for who will if we don't?Active cruelty, is a well known type of harm to animals. Sometimes referred to as non-accidental injury, this type of abuse involves purposefully inflicting harm on an animal in order to feel more powerful or gain control. Active cruelty against animals should be taken very seriously, since it can be a sign that a person has serious psychological issues and may commit more acts of violence – possibly against humans. Passive cruelty is another form of abuse. It can lead to terrible pain and suffering, and ultimately death. Examples include starvation, dehydration, untreated parasite infestations, inadequate shelter in extreme weather conditions, and the failure to get medical care. Passive cruelty is sometimes due to the owner's ignorance, so many animal control officers will first try to educate neglectful owners on how to properly care for animals before giving them a citation or placing them under arrest. It is hard to tell just what drives people to harm innocent animals. It is vital to report people who hurt animals. Most animal abusers find some sort of fulfillment or power in torturing a victim they know can't fight back, which is why crimes like rape and child molestation are committed. While not all animal abusers become serial killers or rapists, it is important to take every case seriously.It's hard to imagine why all states don't take animal cruelty seriously. Alaska, Arkansas, Idaho, Mississippi, North Dakota, and South Dakota have no felony punishments for cruelty to animals. To better protect animals all states should institute strong penalties and work to increase public…
The Hunger Games takes place in a nation known as Panem. One boy and one girl between the ages of 12 and 18 from each district are selected by an annual lottery to participate in the Hunger Games. The story is told by. Katniss Everdeen, a girl from District 12 who volunteers for her younger sister Primrose. The male tribute chosen from District 12 is Peeta Mellark. When Katniss was starving he gave her food. Katniss and Peeta are taken to the Capitol. To practice their skills and learn new ones.…
“Couple jailed over ‘very shocking’ abuse of dog”
Milton couple foes to jail after a very shocking animal cruelty case. A 5 year old mixed dog was tied up to a string in a hot climate garage, the dog was in serious weight loss condition. The dog was left with no food or water and had glaucoma that was removed. The charges took place in January, the owner of the dog, Natasha Janajevic will have to spend 45 days in jail. She was guilty for causing distress to an animal. Steven…
Animal Abuse April 26 2012
Animal abuse is a topic that is usually forgotten about. Many of you know that when I say that animal abuse is a good think. Animals are animals they are not like humans so it doesn’t matter. We all know that it is not true and that every day in the world whether in laboratories or for hunting reasons animals suffer. Many hunters are trying to play with Mother Nature. The best excuse that they could come up with is…
over 1,000 innocent animals are abused. Some abandoned, neglected, hoarded, shot, stabbed, and even burnt alive. Some people enjoy dog fights. All at the expense of the animal. But they don’t care. No one cares enough to stop these people. In most cases, the animals did nothing to deserve what they received. People can be very cruel. They don’t realize that these animals have a life too and they matter. They don’t deserve to be beaten down and neglected. Speaking for the animals; we are not your punching…
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Assyrian Empire and the Persian Empire were two of the earliest major empires in the world. The Assyrians were powerful from about 900 to about 600 BC. The Persian Empire came afterwards, holding power beginning around 550 BC. Both were empires in what we now call the Middle East. Both were monarchies. However, there were very important differences between the two.A good way to express these differences is to say that, from our perspective, the Persian Empire was more enlightened. Because of…
1. Puppy mills are large-scale commercial dog breeding operations that put greater priority on profits than the health of the puppies. Many dogs are plagued with illnesses like kidney or heart disease as a result of the conditions they’re kept in.
2. Each year, thousands of young and healthy Greyhounds are killed because they lack racing potential or have been injured while racing and are no longer competitive.
3. Due to genetic manipulation, 90% of broiler chickens (chicken…
should hunt animals?
I think people shouldn’t hunt for animals. Do they really deserve to be killed? I don’t think so. Even though, some individuals hunt animals for food to survive conversely there is plenty of phenomenal healthy food decisions instead of killing an innocent creature. I think animals also should be able to live like us, like a human being. However, people shouldn’t hunt animals for display or clothing pieces for instance they will be extinct besides these animals eat each other…
21 February 2014
End Animal Abuse
Have you ever adopted an abused animal? If so have you ever been cruel to an animal?
Well if you have you should know that cruelty to animals is bad. First, there are ways that you
can prevent animal abuse. Second, if you train your to be violent and take your “pet” to fight
another animal you can also go to jail for that. Finally, animals have reputation not because they
are aggressive it’s because they are being trained to be aggressive…
9 April 2010
3 March 2010
Thesis Statement: Imagine a dog running to fetch a toy, A horse galloping on a trail, or even a heard of cows grazing upon a grassy pasture. These same beloved animals could be suffering an unimaginable fate in some of the world concentration camps that are still standing. Only nowadays they are known to the outside world as slaughterhouses…