Ryan nassbridges gives educational ideas on how to combat animal cruelty
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Reports fill the news each day about abandoned animals, mistreated animals, greedy breeders and other forms of animal cruelty.

Reports fill the news each day about abandoned animals, mistreated animals, greedy breeders and other forms of animal cruelty.

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Ryan nassbridges gives educational ideas on how to combat animal cruelty Ryan nassbridges gives educational ideas on how to combat animal cruelty Document Transcript

  • Ryan Nassbridges Gives Educational Ideas On How To Combat Animal Cruelty<br />Testimonies fill the news daily about displaced animals, mistreated animals, unethical breeders and other forms of animal cruelty. It's tragic and frustrating, but exactlty what can you, one lone animal lover do about it? A great deal, as it turns out. By getting involved you are able to assist saving the lives of animals and stop abuse to more animals. And who knows what type of trend will be started simply by becoming involved. You might have the next significant idea in stopping animal cruelty. The animals need you, won’t you join the fight? Here are some small things you can do in the anti-animal cruelty movement.<br />Love Your Pets<br />Animal Planet is filled with shows regarding individuals whose hearts are in the right places when it comes to animals and their pets, but who are so horribly off base on it that it is terrifying. From Animal Hoarders to The Pit Boss to Its Me or The Dog, the channel is filled with glimpses in to the plights animals undergo when they're looked after by those who have not taken time to educate themselves on the correct care of their pet. Animals need structure and exercise as much as they need affection and love. Motivate people you encounter to educate themselves about the proper way to care for the animals they keep as pets. <br />Volunteer with local shelters and rescue groups<br />We’re all busy and time is valued, but so is life and by volunteering for just a couple hours every month at an animal shelter or with a rescue group you're making an untold effect on the welfare of those animals. Dogs and cats in shelters are usually scared and confused and this can lead to a loss of their socialization. Pets that show deficiencies in social skills in many cases are passed over for adoption. By going to and volunteering in the shelter, you'll be a good influence on the dogs and cats capabilities to get loving and suitable new homes. <br />Pet rescue groups are normally looking for help. Your help may be used in several ways. Pets frequently need transport to adoption events, they require minders while at the event and the group needs someone to connect to possible owners and do home visits. Again, just a couple hours monthly can produce a big impact in the fight against homeless animals and abused animals. <br />Educate Yourself and Get Involved<br />Local, state and federal governments across the country are taking steps to legislate against animal cruelty. Get involved with the grassroots movement. From no kill shelters to harder punitive measures for those who abuse animals - there are lots of causes to throw your support and passion behind. The initial step in preventing and stopping animal cruelty is to believe that it is a fight worth fighting. Your involvement and the people you may bring to the cause help animals live cruelty free lives. Together we can all make a difference. Ryan Nassbridges<br /> <br />