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I decided to choose this topic because I want to investigate and learn about the causes of animal abuse, the way humans are treating animals, and what is being done to prevent abuse from happening. There are so many poor animals getting hurt, shot, dying in pain all around the world, but surely there is a good part of the world where people want to help animals from being treated badly – what I hope to learn. As animals are not able to speak for themselves, it’s up to US to speak for them and report animal abuse witnessed or suspected. I want to know why elephants are being abused for their horns, tigers are being shot by hunters and domestic(pet) animals being misused for ‘fun’. Yes, there are about 45.5% of people taking in animals as an altar of respect, saying that they are beings, living like how we do and without them, the world would be boring, just us humans living and no companionship and I don’t think there would be a thing called ’science’ because half of that subject talks about special species and animals. It is also known that humans are animals as well, then what is the point of hurting a species that is the same type as you?!
71% cases of animal abuse have been reported to the authorities which means, the more professionals hear about it, the earlier they can involve in the animal crime scene, then the more professionals can prevent the animal abuse from happening, and the higher the result comes out successfully. The conditions of the Pet and Women Safety (PAWS) act were. The PAWS act provides shelter and housing assistance for domestic violence survivors to enable them to better meet the housing needs of survivors with pets. About 198 people have been able to stop 198 animals from being slaughtered each year. Many posters about animal cruelty have been touched by lots of people in the world, which is why they’re deciding to be vegans. ‘‘Animals shouldn’t just be injected, poisoned, or shot just for the soap, shampoo, or the lip balm that we use,’’ says one protester from Hartford County, Connecticut, United States. 100 million animals die from animal testing-both wild and domestic with about 150,000 reports in a day within 27 seconds. Governments (in countries like America) have decided to create laws that must be accepted by everyone. 3 of the common ones are, no hunting, no experiments on animals and no zoos or animal entertainments should be displayed.
Many people in the world have feelings for animals and think they deserve to have rights, while many don’t. There should be peace between the human world and animal world but countries like Canada allow people to kill and eat animals that they own. But animal cruelty laws are being made for any distress to the animals or making them feel uncomfortable around their pet owners. There are some families that consider pet/animals as a part of their family and not property. Also, the governments in some countries like India, are making demanding and strict laws on how animals must be treated as an altar of respect. If the people in India don’t follow, they may get beatings, abused or even get killed which may be cruel, but that’s the law. The government in India are also encouraging their people to be vegetarians as eating animal meat is forbidden. A woman named Anita Roddick, once decided to make a shop that provided quality skincare products sold in different container and sample sizes without being animal tested. Since then, people had been influenced and decided to make shops that doesn’t require animal testing such as Lush, Bath & Body Works, Milani and so on.
In my opinion, most humans aren’t taking animals seriously but are taking them as food and not friends, as they complain that ‘’they are lower on the food chain’’ when there’s an option that doesn’t include abuse or harm to animals - eating vegetables. While researching, I thought that the majority of humans in the world would care for animals, fighting hard to prevent animal cruelty. The government of countries like India or Hong Kong are very strict, particularly on animal abuse, but how about the rest of the world? In the old days, not many people were caught eating animals, for they knew they would be fined a lot of money. Modern laws are less strict now and countries like Canada don’t care about animals being threatened to death. Though, before starting the essay, I’d thought maybe results of researching about this would come out good, with chances that most people do care for the world and its environment.
To conclude and summarise it all, I say it’s unfair for all the animals around the world being thrown out from their heartless pet owners into the streets, leaving them to feed for themselves. Many caring people do send them into an animal shelter the moment they see an animal left outside the streets lonely and dying from hunger, but some animals aren’t as lucky as they are. I have also discovered that some people don’t know how to take care of their pets or animals properly as they might forget to perhaps; adjust the collar, not to make it too tight, brushing and cleaning them to prevent itching, sores and hair matting. So, a few people have decided to stop this animal abuse/cruelty to reduce the number of animals dying around the world. Governments have tried to make changes, by making stricter and serious rules as how it is in India, Hong Kong, China and many more. People have also put on posters around their district, to stop careless people from eating animal food and prevent abuse from happening to innocent animals.
National Link Coalition. 'Prevention.' http://nationallinkcoalition.org/faqs/prevention
Animal Welfare Institute. 'Pets and Women's Safety (PAWS) Act.' https://awionline.org/content/animals-family-violence
BBC Ethics Guide. 'Animal Rights.' http://www.bbc.co.uk/ethics/animals/rights/rights_1.shtml
The Globe and Mail. 'Our Animal Cruelty Laws Need to Catch Up in 2018.' https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/our-animal-cruelty-laws-need-to-catch-up-in-2018/article38109498/
The Guardian. 'How India's Sacred Cows Are Beaten, Abused, and Poisoned to Make Leather for High Street Shops.' https://www.theguardian.com/world/asia/how-indias-sacred-cows-are-beaten-abused-and-poisoned-to-make-leather-for-high-street-shops-724696.html
Biography Online. 'Anita Roddick.' https://www.biographyonline.net/business/anita-roddick.html
Wikipedia. 'Anita Roddick.' https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anita_Roddick
PETA. 'These Companies Don't Test on Animals.' https://www.peta.org/living/personal-care-fashion/these-companies-dont-test-on-animals/
Psychology Today. 'Caring About Animal Abuse Has a Lot to Do with Human Psychology.' https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/animal-emotions/201103/caring-about-animal-abuse-has-lot-do-human-psychology
One Green Planet. 'The Best Places for Animals.' https://www.onegreenplanet.org/animalsandnature/the-best-places-for-animals/
One Green Planet. 'How to Identify Animal Abuse and Neglect and What to Do If You Suspect Cruelty.' http://www.onegreenplanet.org/animalsandnature/how-to-identify-animal-abuse-and-neglect-and-what-to-do-if-you-suspect-cruelty/
American Humane. 'Animal Abuse.' https://www.americanhumane.org/fact-sheet/animal-abuse/
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