What are some sites for animal abuse?
I'm dong a persuasive speech about animal abuse.
And i need sites that are againt animal abuse and are for animal abuse.
Anyone have any good sites go to for both the reason??
- ngc7331Lv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
search out PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals).
I hope this helps. Good luck.
- 1 decade ago
You'll probably have a hard time finding information in favor of animal abuse (I hope). If you're not too far into research, you could look into the issue of animal welfare (different than animal rights). There is a lot going on right now with groups trying to improve living conditions for production animals on farms and farmers working against them because of the cost they would incur. (If you heard about the proposition 2 in California that passed during the election, it was all about improving welfare.) Good luck with your speech!
- erleneLv 44 years ago
nicely... purely because i'm paranoid and have a tendency to trust there are a range of of dang scummy human beings accessible... *I* imagine posting this internet web site provides the pervert abusers wanking fodder. heavily - what number beastiality/porn form questions can we see right here an afternoon? A dozen per chance?? Do you truly trust those each person shouldn't get off on depending on the web web site you've so graciously offered? confident, your "red dot" advice would artwork - yet its no longer operating yet for registered sex offenders or pedophiles because human beings bypass. Edit: i do no longer doubt that your purpose change into no longer to grant all of us their jollies, I basically said that that is really in all probability to ensue. i hit upon it exciting how very protecting you're about this. no human being has accused you of a danged element. it is an opinion web site - we are allowed to state what we anticipate of. As an grownup contained in the U. S. *I* trust in due procedure - area of the precedence with the red dots is they "accuse" the inhabitants of the construction even if or not they're someone convicted or purely someone who moved right into a clean abode.
- MinxieLv 41 decade ago
You could do it on Puppy Mills or Hoarding. Those are clear signs of abuse. Just google info on them and I'm sure you'll make it into a great speech. Good luck.
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- 1 decade ago
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