Animal Cruelty Speech : )

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  • Topic: Death, Yorkshire Terrier, Eric Burdon
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  • Published : July 17, 2011
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Today I’m going to talk to you about harmless, innocent animals that have been uncared for, abandoned and exposed to animal cruelty. First of all let’s start off with the reality. Despite British people being known as animal lovers these figures will shock you. The RSPCA receive around one phone call every 25 seconds – most sharing animal cruelty reports and asking for help. Every year roughly 14,000 animal cruelty complaints are studied and out of that number 3000 were found guilty. More figures include, 143,000 animals are rescued and collected, 214,000 are treated and helped and 70,000 animals were found new homes. After all the RSPCA have files upon files of stories so sad that I would be surprised if anyone could stay unaffected by them. The exact details of the 200 starving dogs remain unclear but the main facts were uncovered by the RSPCA and police. Inspectors from the RSPCA found 204 starving dogs crammed in a filthy shed after an elderly woman had died. The Yorkshire terriers were in complete darkness, dripping in urine and piled in plastic travel boxes so full excrement the dogs had to crouch 3 inches from the top of the box. Six pups had died and one had been half eaten by littermates. Some lost eyes because of infections, others couldn’t stand up properly because they were used to such terrible conditions. The pet charity that found them said that “the stench was unbearable, dead pups had melted into the floor, some had tumours. Thankyou 
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