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  • 1. Animal Abuse By Robert Cooper
  • 2. Did you know
    • An estimated 2,000,000 animals are used in research in the U.S. each year.  
    • Since 1600, more than 700 species of plants and animals have gone extinct.   Some major fast food companies, including Burger King, Subway and Wendy’s, and retailers Wal-Mart and Trader Joe’s, have made some level of commitment to purchase or sell cage-free eggs. Even McDonald’s in Europe has committed to being 100% cage-free by 2010, but the board of directors of McDonald’s in the United States rejected a proposal by the Humane Society to make just 5% of it’s
    • There are 4-6 million homeless pets in the U.S. in need of a good homes.
  • 3. Did you know
    • The animal rights viewpoint is basically that humans do not have the right to use animals for their own gain at all—in the laboratory, on the farm, in entertainment or in the wild. The animal welfare viewpoint advocates for limiting or preventing cruel treatment of animals. According to the animal welfare perspective, human use of animals is acceptable if animal suffering is preventable. In practice however it is not always that simple to make this distinction between animal rights and animal welfare positions. In many cases, organizations or individuals who describe themselves as animal rights advocates may support animal welfare efforts as an intermediate step on the path to a true animal rights solution. While the perspectives differ, both involve a concern for the suffering of others. http://www.dosomething.org/whatsyourthing/Animal+Welfare?gclid=CJ3IyfzmhqICFYd-5QodT3chZg
  • 4. Cat Abuse
    • Cats are high maintenance pets you need to feed them brush, them  pet them, and give them a litter box. here is a quote from  http://www.all-creatures.org/anex/cat-abuse-02.html  Coral Hull said that the stench of the decaying flesh was overwhelming.  These feral cats have been hung up by their hind legs as a warning to tourists traveling through the area with their companion cats and dogs.  Such reasoning could only come from the pit of hell.  Anyone who would dump a companion animal is also evil; since, obviously, they don't care about the welfare of the animal.
  • 5. Cow Abuse
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    • http://www.all-creatures.org/anex/cattle.html  go to this webste it  is very good  . http://stopanimalabuse.blogspot.com/2009/06/what-to-do-if-you-suspect-animal-abuse.html  All this info on this website I like.  
  • 6.
    •                      Cat And Dog Abuse
    • • How to prevent this from happening.
    • • You can help by talking about it so people will help you stop it.here go to this website.   http://ontariospca.ca/1-whatis.shtml  here is one thing from this website. How to recognize animal cruelty Look for these common signs of neglect or intentional cruelty witnessed by Ontario SPCA investigators:
      • Wounds on the body.
      • Severely overgrown nails (often curling under) or hooves (often curling upwards).
      • Patches of missing hair.
      • Extremely thin, starving animals with ribs or backbone protruding.
      • Infected eyes that have been left untreated.
      • Limping.
      • Animals who are repeatedly left alone without food and water. Often they are chained up in a yard.
      • Animals who have been hit by cars and have not received veterinary. 
      • This is only 1/3 of this colome.   
  • 7.                                       Sheep Abuse  {People seem to think sheep abuse is some kind of a joke. They don’t realise the seriousness behind it. I can assure you that it is not at all funny for the victims. I have decided to make a campaign video to raise awareness of the issue, here’s the script so far, your input is much appreciated, this is a very good blog .So, okay, we have robots that milk cows. It stands to reason, then, that someone would come up with a robot that shears sheep. The difference is, it seems, that while cows are perfectly happy to stand there and have their bits pulled on, sheep tend to object to having all of their hair shaved off. This necessitates a sheep restraint system that looks pretty vicious but the people who designed it, who know a thing or two about sheep, claim that what you’re about to see “isn’t disturbing for a sheep, hard to believe, isn’t it? In our tests, sheep often fell asleep and showed no signs afterwards of any ill-effects     
  • 8.
    •                                                Dog Abuse 
    • Pound seizure is a blight on any shelter that allows the practice. It is a betrayal of public trust in the purpose of sheltering homeless, unwanted, abused or neglected animals. Seventeen states plus the District of Columbia have passed laws banning pound seizure. Yet the remaining states allow the practice, and three mandate it (Minnesota, Oklahoma and Utah). Pound seizure is also detrimental to shelters because once citizens find out that a shelter practices pound seizure, they become resistant to donating money to that shelter, and hesitant to surrender stray animals to the shelter or call in complaints of abuse or neglect for fear of what might happen to the animals. http://www.americanhumane.org/advocacy/stop-pound-seizure.html
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  • 10. Bibliography
    • http://www.all-creatures.org/anex/cat-abuse-02.html  ..
    • http://www.allcreatures.org/anex/cattle.html  ..
    •   http://stopanimalabuse.blogspot.com/2009/06/what-to-do-if-you-suspect-animal-abuse.html  ..
    • .   http://ontariospca.ca/1-whatis.shtml .
    • http://www.americanhumane.org/advocacy/stop-pound-seizure.html  
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    •   http://www.google.ca/images?q=animal+abuse+in+canada&um=1&hl=en&tbs=isch:1&ei=OqYbTLHrAo_64Abmzv2eCg&sa=N&start=0&ndsp=20
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  • 11. http://rlv.zcache.com/stop_animal_abuse_sticker-p217437469533926938qjcl_400.jpg http://www.dosomething.org/whatsyourthing/Animal+Welfare?gclid=CJ3IyfzmhqICFYd-5QodT3chZg   http://www.okaygreat.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/cockfight2.jpg     http://www.peta.org/feat/greenwash/rabbitsgarbage.jpg   http://obphorses.files.wordpress.com/2008/06/horsebutchery27.jpg                         Bibliography  

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