Tougher Laws Requested For Animal Cruelty

Cruelty towards animals is still on the rise despite a great number of people and organizations trying to make initiatives to address the issue.

Toronto – Cruelty towards animals is still on the rise despite a great number of people and organizations trying to make initiatives to address the issue. The problem is caused by some ignorant groups of people who think it is right to exploit the animals for their own ends. Such incidences are likely to continue in the future unless people stand up to it.

Fortunately, organizations like PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) with its 3 million members are committed championing the rights of animals and in doing so give them a voice.

According to PETA, “Animal cruelty falls under some number of different categories”. These categories include killing animals in slaughterhouses, killing animals for its fur or hide, the inhumane use of animals as ‘lab rats’as well as the use of animals as entertainment. PETA strives to reduce animal cruelty by focusing on these four key areas. 

“Like many pet owners and animal lovers, we’re frustrated by watching these abuse cases end up with minor fines and rare jail sentences,” says Greg Habstritt, President of Vets To Go. “Sure if people are more afraid of the consequences of exploiting the animals, it would definitely help curb the level of animal abuses seen nowadays.”

Beverly Isla, Founder of Urban Rejuve adds, “Abusing our environment for business purposes is one thing but abusing animals for fun or sports is just cruel. From sea life, to wild animals to domestic animals, there are ways other than cruelty to complete the circle of life. For example, is it necessary to slay dolphins simply for recreational purposes? ”

There are many possible solutions to the problem of animal cruelty. For example, “imposing stricter penalties on those who mistreat animals may be one solution. Launching public awareness initiatives can also help to eradicate animal cruelty by appealing our humanity.  Overall, messages must prompt the readers to take some action on behalf of animals and not just sympathize with the poor creatures.”

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