Animal Cruelty Speech

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Animal Cruelty Animal cruelty is a growing problem in today’s society, and it needs to be stopped as soon as possible. More than 8 million abandoned and neglected animals enter animal shelters every year, and more than half of them are euthanized. Animal cruelty comes in several forms, some of which people don’t know. There is animal experimenting, animal abuse, and mistreatment of animals. All of these forms of abuse can be stopped and prevented with your help. We are their voice, and it’s time to speak up. The definition of animal cruelty is acts of violence or neglect perpetrated against animals is what animal cruelty is considered, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals aka the ASPCA. There are many different reasons why people abuse animals. Animal cruelty spans a wide range of actions or lack of action, so one answer simply isn’t possible. Each type of abuse has displayed a distinct arrangement of behavior that we can use to aid in understanding more about why people commit the crimes we have today. Every day in the United States animals are beaten, neglected, or forced to struggle for survival. Left in unsanitary conditions with no food or water, they also have little to no hope as they live out their days without the kindness they deserve. Some are found and rescued, given the chance to experience how great life and humans can be; others are not as so lucky unfortunately. To become a better country, we must fight for these battered animals' rights and unashamedly punish cold-blooded owners. One of the first steps we as Americans can take is reporting to Animal Police about witnessed animal cruelty, neglect, and abuse. There are two categories of animal cruelty: passive cruelty and active cruelty. Both of which are dreadful. Passive cruelty is acts of omission which means lack of attention rather than the actions
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