Animal Abuse: What’s wrong with us?

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Animal Abuse: What’s wrong with us?

Pain, torture, suffering, fear, danger. These are all of the things that abused animal feel. What would you do if you had to feel this way every single second of your life? Law officials in Idaho, Hawaii, Kentucky, Mississippi and North Dakota hardly take action against animal abuse. Animals are abused to their deaths daily. These abusers have no respect for human or animal life what so ever! They get away with such a serious and cruel crime, only facing the minimum punishment, or sometimes no punishment at all. Animals have just as much rights to live a happy abuse free life just like many of us do. Animal abusers need to face harsher consequences, before it's too late.

When animals get abused, people usually don't care. Imagine if that animal was one of your family member, or your best friend. These abused animals need to be fought for because they have as much of a right as we do to live a happy, abuse-free life. Animal abusers need to be stopped; they have no respect for human or animal life. The most frequent from of animal abuse is torture. Animals don't deserve this! They are poor defenseless creatures who need love and care, not pain and suffering. Animal abuse is large in the film industry. In fact, the movie "Cannibal Holocaust" is known as one of the worst cases of animal abuse, killing 6 animals during filming to make the movie seem more "realistic". Why would anybody do this????

Animal abuse is on the rise. Circuses are playing a huge part in animal abuse. They torture poor animals mentally and physically to "train" them. This "training" they do is one of the most cruel and unnecessary things that circuses do. The exotic animals that are used in circuses were born to roam the wild, not to prance around in ugly costumes for peoples amusement. Countries such as Sweden. Costa Rica, Austria. Finland, India and others have restricted and/or banned animal use in circuses. Studies have shown...
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