Animal Cruelty

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Intro: Can you imagine having the urge to intentionally hurt or even kill your helpless little puppy? Over the years, animal abuse has increased an unbelievable amount. I believe animal rights need to be enforced to people across the world. Animals are helpless creatures that should only be making the world a better place. I will enforce my belief by explaining what animal cruelty are, animal abandonment laws, and how to report animal cruelty.

Transition: First, I am going to talk about the different types of animal cruelty. I. When people hear the two words animal cruelty, many think this just includes hitting a dog. But these two words have so many different meanings. II. Animal cruelty is broken down into two main
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During the study, 3-week old beagles had their eyes cut out and were killed. xv. You can help take a stand against animal testing by signing PETA”s pledge to be cruelty-free and only support companies that do not fund cruel experiments on animals. III. I believe that animal abandonment laws are very important in order to fight for the rights of animals. g. Did you know animal abandonment in Oregon is illegal? 3 min xvi. According to, it’s a class B misdemeanor with 6 months in jail and a $2500 fine. xvii. This includes leaving any domestic animal to fend for itself when you move away, and trapping stray cats or dogs and driving them to another neighborhood and leaving them to fend for themselves. 1. A young blind cat, named Pirate, who abandoned was found on a major intersection in Portland, Oregon. 2. Thankfully, he was rescued but if anybody had the kind heart of not to dump him on the side of the road this would have never happened. 3. Just picture driving down a country road and seeing a dog sitting patiently by the side, looking intently at each car in hopes that your car is the one with the owner in it. h. When we take the time to pick out a pet and put him in our hearts, they are there to stay. xviii. When people move..they often use the excuse that they cannot take their pet with them or they are just too tired of taking care of their


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