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Animal Abuse Senior Presentation
Transcript of Animal Abuse Senior Presentation
By: Steven Trudell
What Is Animal Abuse?
Punishment to animals by physical pain, the death of an animal.
Forms of Animal Abuse
Filthy living conditions
Starving and dehydration
Keeping exotic pets
Skinning and animal for its fur
Killing the animal
Keeping it chained or caged up all day
Ways You Can Prevent Animal Abuse
Learn to recognize animal Cruelty
Know who to call and report animal cruelty to
Provide as much information as you can when reporting animal abuse
Call or write your local law enforcement department
Set a good example for others
Support your local animal shelter
Animal Abuse Facts
Circus performing elephants are chained up for 23 hours a day, only get 1 hour of roaming time.
More than 15 million warm-blooded animals are used in research every year.
Thousands of horses from the United States are slaughtered every year to be used for horsemeat,
Eighteen red foxes are killed to make one fox-fur coat, 55 minks to make a mink coat
Pit Bulls are particular are the most commonly reported victims of animal abuse
Of 1,880 cruelty cases reported in 2007: 64.5 percent (1,212) involved dogs,
3,000,000 puppies are born into puppy mills each year.
250,000 dogs fight for their lives each year.
I completed my service hours at the Pet Supplies Plus here in Lapeer, MI and for the Human Society in Bingham Farms, MI. I first collected animal supplies, like food, water dishes, even donations that I used to buy more supplies that the Humane Society could use.
Then I went to Bingham Farms and dropped the supplies and donations we got.