Stop Animal Abuse
“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated” – Mahatma Gandh


Animal cruelty can be either deliberate abuse or simply the failure to take care of an animal. Either way, and whether the animal is a pet, a farm animal, or wildlife, the victim can suffer terribly. Don’t despair, though—anyone can take steps against cruelty.


People with emotional problems may beat, shoot, or stab animals or set them on fire. Those who abuse animals are very likely to be violent to other people—even their own family—too.

Neglect is not giving an animal the right food, water, shelter or vet care. Because their misery goes on for so long, animals who die of neglect can suffer just as much as animals who are harmed on purpose.

All U.S. states have animal cruelty laws, and 47 states treat some forms of abuse as felonies. Farmers and researchers can do cruel things to animals that other people can't do legally, but all states have some protection for pets like dogs and cats.

Animal Charities

ANIMALS charities protect, defend and provide needed services to domestic and wild animals. These organizations preserve wildlife habitats and protect endangered species, and seek ways to sustain and promote those habitats and species over time. 

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Only 10% of owned dogs were adopted from an animal shelter.

39% of U.S. households own at least one dog.

Tortoises are the only animals that normally live longer than man. The oldest tortoise ever known was an Aldabra tortoise that was approximately 152 years old.

One in every four pets in the United States is obese.

For every person born in the United States, 15 dogs and 45 cats are born.

About six million vertebrate animals are dissected yearly in U.S. high schools alone.

Polar bears - the largest of all bears - carry four-inch layers of fat to retain their body heat.

Chimpanzees share 98.4% of their DNA with human beings

Animal Shelter Euthanasia