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Stop Animal Cruelty!!

One step at a time, help stop animal cruelty and save animals that need help!!!

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What do you do to save Animals? 3 Replies

Now that we are a group let's exchange ideas to help Animals!

Started by Emily Angelise. Last reply by Emily Angelise Apr 29, 2011.

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Comment by priyam on June 17, 2011 at 3:19am
I agree that animals should never be bought.....they should be adopted
Comment by priyam on June 17, 2011 at 3:17am
Great.....i agree with natalie.....5 easy steps which anyone can take.
Comment by Natalie Lerman <3 on August 12, 2010 at 8:37pm
These are some ideas to help animals!!!!!

1. Spay and neuter. Each year, millions of dogs and cats are put to death in animal shelters. Spaying and neutering eases the overpopulation problem and prolongs the life of your dog or cat.
2. Never buy an animal from a pet shop. Adopt your companion animals from shelters. Pet shops buy from puppy mills and large-scale breeders who contribute to the population crisis and whose over-bred animals are often very unhealthy.
3. Never give an animal as a gift. Many an animal has been abandoned because people aren't prepared to care for it. Discuss it with your friends and family first.
4. Take notice and take action. Never ignore stray animals on the street, where they can become victims of disease, starvation, and human cruelty.
5. Help lost animals find their way home. Pay attention to flyers posted in your neighborhood. If you find a lost animal with no tag, post it in the newspaper, but be vague in your description. Animal guardians should be able to describe their animals in detail.
Comment by Emily Angelise on August 12, 2010 at 7:07pm
PETA helps! They talk about animals that are abused, tested on, killed for consumption, and are just left for dead. Its so sad. Makes you want to go vegetarian or vegan!
 

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