5 Cruel Things We Do to Animals That Are Still Legal


by Orietta C. Estrada
January 14, 2014
It’s hard to believe that in the year 2014 that abuses and atrocities toward animals are still being committed. Even more difficult to accept is that these acts are legal. We think of ourselves in this country as innovators on the cutting edge of solving societal woes such as hunger, pollution, climate change and health problems, but all too often we allow greed and excess to lead where ethics and commonsense should.

At what point will these abuses stop? How far off the path of rightness will we need to go before we hit the dead end of wrong? It isn’t too late. Changes are happening now, but we have a long way to go and we must keep the momentum going! Speak up! Let your voice be heard through the megaphone of social change and soon these five cruel things may not…

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2 thoughts on “5 Cruel Things We Do to Animals That Are Still Legal

  1. “The list wouldn’t be complete without a prooper mention of factory farming,” the final sections begins. It is far, far, far from complete anyway. Not just trophy hunting but ALL hunting is cruel and unnecessary. Fishing. Trapping. Wildlife killing contests. Fur farms. Public lands ranching. Rodeos. Ear cropping. Tail docking. Declawing. The list goes on and on and on and on and on.


    • The list should have the Animal Holocaust as the first several thousand cruel things we do. The number of victims is almost beyond human comprehension. Sixty billion animals enslaved, tortured, and murdered annually in slaughterhouses. Ten thousand per second, 24/7!It is the greatest horror ever committed in history.


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