Stop Animal Cruelty: Fighting Against Animal Cruelty and Neglect

Stop Animal Cruelty: Fighting Against Animal Cruelty and Neglect

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Christine Herrera started this petition to Filipinos

Animal cruelty encompasses a range of behaviors harmful to animals, from neglect to malicious killing. Most cruelty investigated by humane officers is unintentional neglect that can be resolved through education. Intentional cruelty can run the gamut from knowingly depriving an animal of food, water, shelter, socialization or veterinary care to maliciously torturing, maiming, mutilating or killing an animal. All animal cruelty is a concern because it is wrong to inflict suffering on any living creature. Intentional cruelty is a particular concern because it is a sign of psychological distress and often indicates that an individual either has already been a victim of violence or might be predisposed to committing acts of violence. Animal cruelty, like any other form of violence, is often committed by a person who feels powerless, unnoticed or under the control of others. The motive may be to shock, threaten, intimidate or offend others or to demonstrate rejection of society's rules. Some who are cruel to animals copy acts they have seen or that have been done to them. Others see harming an animal as a safe way to get revenge against—or threaten—someone who cares about that animal.

Stop Animal Cruelty: Fighting Against Animal Cruelty and Neglect is a campaign that will help to stop any related animal abused. This will raise an awareness that animals should be love and take good care as a human. It will encourage many supporters to support this campaign. This campaign will have any social media accounts that can connect faster to people and different parts of the world. It will encourage people to adopt and to lessen the number of animals being died in the streets and being abused of other people.

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