Let’s face it, animal abuse is a people problem! Animal abusers come from all different walks of life and social classes. In the United States the cruelty of animals is increasing day by day, but not enough people take notice. Animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on or use for entertainment. Regrettably, most of us do not think about the “food” we eat when sitting at the dinner table. But we have the power to change things for the better. Every time you spend money at the supermarket, you cast a vote, and this vote has a direct and significant bearing on events and developments concerning animal cruelty. Because animals cannot speak for themselves, it’s up to you to speak for them and report animal abuse.
Get involved in animal-cruelty prevention. Spread the word by starting talking to your family, friends and the community against animal abuse. Share your knowledge via face-to-face conversations, social media and by writing a letter to your state’s representative. We have the power to make this world a better place for all of its residents including animals.
Transitioning to a vegetarian or vegan diet is one of the best ways to help animals being tortured in farms. Making this life style change is also the best way to improve your health and to clean the environment. One of the most important reasons behind staying a vegan is morality and ethics. Veganism challenges the socially ingrained concept that animals are here for our use and questions the ethical validity of this belief.
Walk the talk and take a step to toward improving your life and lives of animals. We have the moral and legal duty to stand against such violence.