By Stevie Adams / in , , , , /

The animal cruelty or abuse
to an animal, is the fact that a being make human suffering to an animal, whether wild, domestic, tamed or held captive, an act aimed at the suffer, whether in active form by
through strokes, injury or form as passive neglect.
This cruelty can be expressed in different ways. It can be the result of the behavior
violent from one person to the animal servant, to whom he will be subject to violence
Free is to say do not feed or to live in agony.
But animal abuse can also found in more formal settings such as:
Scientific research with animal vivisection that is also called animal experimentation
Cosmetics with the use of animals for the composition of certain products or
to test said products, brands Cosmetic operating in China are forced
to perform tests on animals, many are the brands that test on
animals, Textiles that uses animals for their fur and
where the death of the animal to put context is often contested.
Researchers are based on five freedoms of the animal does not suffer
of hunger or thirst, not being a victim of discomfort, freedom from pain, injury or illness,
to express natural behavior for its species and not to feel fear or
distress. The animal cruelty is often divided
into two main categories: active and passive. The active form falls shots
all types inflicted directly to a animal while passive cruelty
negligent state, wherein a lack to act is more fatal than jeopardizes
in himself. The active humane means wounding
and to intentionally suffer and an animal directly. Cruelty
to an animal detectors are serious psychological problems. There is a link
similar between animals and beaten beaten women and children. Cruelty
an animal is when used as a intimidation of domestic violence.
Different forms of bullfights are still exercised among them:
Bullfighting. The bull run is one of the few
Exceptions Non punished by Article 521-1 the French Penal Code. It is authorized
in certain municipalities in southern France which perpetuate this tradition, registered
by the Ministry of Culture in January 2011 Intangible Cultural Heritage
France. These races are also allowed Spain, in various states of America
Latin and in some municipalities of Portugal. The Toro de fuego.
The Abrivado. This Monday, August 7, at Carignan in the department
Ardennes, a man highly alcoholic (More than 3 grams of alcohol per liter
blood) decides to take his vehicle to go to a service station. this rowdy
forget her poor dog was attached the bumper of his car and drags on
to the gas station. The witnesses at the scene reported a
unbearable vision of horror! Broadcast on Europe 1 and many newspapers
such as France evening, the Dauphiné Libéré, EU etc … This incident had the effect
a shock wave! Finally arrested by the police, it
been a custody 36 hours. Following the latter, the
Charleville Mezieres prosecutor says the investigation concluded at ACCIDENTAL ACT, according
the words of the murderer of that poor dog, it was just an oversight! He had not
intend to hurt him! It is unacceptable that such a decision be
made, the animals are entitled to TRUE JUSTICE!
This individual is tried for driving under drunk! But the death of his dog is
in any case taken into account? The murderer must pay for martyrdom and
the death of the animal.
(Petition link in the description) Locked in a basement, dogs lived
in several centimeters of water and urine In the Jura, France, 26 dogs were
saved an inhuman life. These latter were found locked in the basement
a house where they had to live in 7 cm of water. With time, it
was mixed with urine and animal feces. A show almost
unbearable for people who have made this rescue.
According to the Foundation 30 Million Friends, these animals lacked everything. They had
no care, “they probably have never drank or eaten their fill. ” The
rescued animals are not sterilized not identified. In addition to all that,
26 dogs have never had the opportunity to enjoy the love from a
To be human. Because they always have lived well together and left to themselves,
they are used to act as a pack.
Fortunately, dogs are easily allowed to approach by the people
took charge, and despite years suffering, they do not present
sign of aggression. To make the rescue possible, it took the intervention of the
Foundation 30 Million Friends of the Refuge Animal lovers Autun (In 71)
and the Mayor of Lavans-lès-Saint-Hot. Once the rescue fact, animals
placed in various shelters. After have been through hell, now they wait
a second chance. Dogs for adoption and expect people who know their
give love they missed. If you want to do a good deed and offer
a second chance at one of these dogs, you can turn to shelters
following: The Friends of the Beasts of Autun (Department
of 71) The refuge of Morez (Department 39)
The refuge of Pontarlier (Department 25) The refuge of Youth in Messigny-and-Vantoux,
The shelter ADPA Geugnon (Department 71) The shelter Heart 4 legged in Château-Chinon
(Department 58) The refuge Montceau les Mines (Department
of 71) The refuge of Chagny (Department 71).
Join the headquarters of animal protection free.
(Link in description) With the approach of summer shelters
animals you have paid. abandoned by their masters, they are thousands
dogs and cats to express their distress behind the bars of the cage until
let sometimes wither. Shelters record 100 000 dropouts
Every year in France, of which only 60 000 that summer. To educate owners
and future pet owners, SPA launched a campaign against early June
abandoning the slogan “Too many masters are wrong, no excuse for the abandonment “. The release of an Asian elephant
has moved hundreds of thousands of people. Unfortunately, this animal is not a
isolated case and many of his peers suffer similar fates every day
to amuse tourists. To do move mentalities, the Society for Wolrd
the Protection of Animals (WSPA) released a report. On 6 July 2017, the company
World Animal Protection unveiled lives of the conditions of those we
called “elephants tourists. ” This phenomenon particularly affects the
Asian continent where one can see Tourists strolling the back of elephants.
Behind a ride may seem unusual, even fun, hides a frightening reality.
Indeed, elephants who have the misfortune ending up having to walk tourists
spend a life of misery and cruelty where suffering is part of their daily lives.
To give you an idea of ​​the daily his animals, we must go back to their childhood,
when they are separated from their mothers. These elephants, still very young, are following
then exhausting drive in order to folding the desires of their handlers and
tourists. In order to obey the animals, abuse is required. They are under-nourished
and chained to ultimately carry tourists for long hours
their backs. Faced with this problem, solutions are
being implemented and many animal protection work
above. The first thing to do is to reverse the trend by offering an approach
respectful, and above all more dignified, elephants. The objective is that the
forest walks on the back of an elephant disappear, and it often begins
by raising awareness among tourists. For able to approach closer to the elephants
without hurting them, it is possible to come observe them closely in various parks.
WSPA also found 13 places this kind where animals live in excellent
conditions and where they are free. If you want to make things happen,
you can include sign up petition Online WPSA by trying to pressure
the people still approving such practice.
(Link to the petition in the description)
It has been almost four years that the law banned wild animals in circuses
applies. “See a real animal has more impact than an image on a screen.
The number of entries in zoos is constantly increasing but the mentality
people has changed. Nobody wants see animals in small cages! The
Zoos have to reflect this change. This is done, in particular concerning the enclosures,
has nothing to do with what was thirty years ago. This is the London Zoo
which was the first to remove its small cages in the 80 There is obviously
good and bad zoos, like the circuses. But today, it is obviously
issue more scandals in major known zoos. ”
Wildlife is essential the nature of balance and our
welfare. Nearly two million species animal and plant have been identified
to date, and millions more have not yet been discovered. this incredible
Biodiversity is essential to our lives on earth. However, more than one species on three
is endangered today. Since more than 50 years, WWF protects the reign
animal, fighting especially against poaching, habitat destruction and conflicts
between men and animals. We focus on the most vulnerable species and
the most iconic, but also those which play a major role in ecosystems. Gorillas are the largest monkeys
and probably the most impressive. Yet, far from the image conveyed by
literature and cinema, gorillas are peaceful and shy animals. They
are our closest cousins ​​after chimpanzees and bonobos.
In the wild, gorillas can live up to 40 years. But the high rate of
infant mortality and low number of births are a species particularly
vulnerable. The populations of gorillas fallen sharply in recent 30 years.
And it may continue in coming years. The family consists of gorillas
two species: the western gorilla and the eastern gorilla, which each have
two subspecies. Today, the four subspecies of gorillas are endangered,
threatened by hunting, loss of habitat, illegal trade of animals
and infectious disease. This placid bear in black and white coat is
revered worldwide and considered as a true national icon in China.
However, the giant panda is threatened. In Because of human activities, only 1800
pandas still live in the wild. The giant panda is the rarest of all
bear. He lives mainly in forests Bamboo high western mountains
China, where it feeds almost exclusively bamboo, which it ingests between 12 and 40
kg per day. Because of the reduction its habitat, the panda is more difficult
bamboo which he loves. Forests are cut to make way for agriculture,
mining and construction roads. Many populations of pandas
thus find themselves isolated on narrow forest strips, broad barely 1.2
km. They can hardly move from one region to another to find
bamboo or reach other populations pandas.
Dolphins are among the oldest animals of our planet, like
some turtles, crocodiles and sharks. Yet many species
Dolphins live perhaps their last decade on Earth. Emitting rattling sound and capturing
echoed these sounds, these marine mammals are able to know the size,
shape, distance, direction and speed a submerged object. This technique called
their echolocation is used to track the fish and cuttlefish.
We find these iconic and intelligent animals in all oceans, but also in some
major rivers such as the Amazon and the Yangtze. There are 36 species of Delphinidae,
some are so threatened that believes they could be gone in 10
years. Dolphins and porpoises are enthroned at the top
the food chain and play a valuable role in the ecological balance
of marine life. They have much to us learn about ocean health
and the amount of fish that live there. They are also very popular with
tourists. Generally, dolphins are victims of fishing nets, in which
they are caught accidentally. It is the so-called “bycatch
“. But they are also threatened by pollution and noise pollution and traffic
maritime. Few species have so captured the imagination
collective as the brown bear. His power and sometimes behave similarly
man makes a fascinating and iconic animal. The brown bear is one of the largest predators
land and most widespread Ursidae. In nature, brown bears can live up to
30 years. It is found in very landscapes diversified between dry steppe tundra
dense mountain forests. The brown bear is able to stand and pick
objects with his fingers. It is omnivorous but feeds mainly on
plant materials and food varies by season. In the spring, he
eats grass and sprouts. In summer, it goes to berries and apples, and fall,
nuts and plums. All year, he eats roots, insects, mammals
and reptiles, plus honey. Dominating once North America,
Europe and Asia, the brown bear little just disappeared from some areas fleeing
the presence of men and their growing thirst new infrastructure. Today,
only the most wild areas are home still brown bear populations. same
entrenched in the heart of nature, bear Brown continues to be driven, in particular
for his gallbladder, used in medicine traditional Asian and aphrodisiac.
Logging and construction new roads also directly threaten
habitat and impact lifestyle. The intrusion of men in their habitat
also creates conflicts, which end often tragically. Marine turtles ply the seas for
more than 100 million years. But since two centuries, they are unfortunately
threatened by human activities. he is urgent that we respond to their
provide a secure future. There are seven species of marine turtles, namely the loggerhead turtle, green turtle,
hawksbill, Kemp’s Ridley, the olive turtle, turtle flat back and
Leatherback turtle. They are present in all oceans of the world except
the Arctic Ocean. They are found in particular in seagrass beds in shallow waters
Indian Ocean or in the reefs colorful Great Barrier Reef
and the sandy beaches in the eastern Pacific. Sea turtles can swim thousands
of kilometers to find the beach they were born, and lay in turn.
Female digs a hole in the sand and it lays 100 to 200 eggs before
close. Turtles play a key role in
marine and coastal ecosystems. they help the health of seagrass beds and reefs
coral, including other animal species such as shrimp, lobster and tuna
also make their living. Turtles Marine also have cultural and
important tourist. Sea turtles are almost all classified
as threatened and three of seven species are critically endangered.
Killed for their eggs, their skin and their shell, they also suffer from
unsustainable fishing. The turtles are captured accidentally in nets intended
fish. Their habitat and places nesting are also threatened
destruction. In addition, climate change has an impact on nesting areas
sea ​​turtles. It changes the temperature sand, which affects the sex of the
offspring and can generate an imbalance within populations. Probably the most majestic inhabitants
the far north, the polar bear is the most largest land predator on the planet.
Its Latin name, Ursus maritimus, means ‘Bear of the sea “, a name that suits him
particularly since it spends most of its time in the water or on the
ice. The polar bear, which is called more often polar bear is the largest, heaviest
and most powerful Ursidae. The polar bear is carnivorous. It feeds mainly fat
seal but also eat carcasses beluga whales and walruses. When
food is scarce, it can attack the musk ox, reindeer and small
rodents. The polar bear does not find food all the year: it forms
its fat between April and July and can fast for three or four months,
see more. Predator in the food chain,
the polar bear is an excellent indicator the state of the Arctic marine ecosystem.
The latest research shows that the Arctic ice melts at a speed
alarming. The bears, which depend on sea ​​ice for feeding, must now
fast longer. Their health declines and their reproduction rate decreases. private
their space for rest and hunting, Polar bears are venturing increasingly
on land in search of food, which increases the risk of conflicts between
man and animal. But that’s not all : unsustainable hunting, pollution and exploration
Oil also participate in decline the polar bear population. Elephants inhabit the surface of the
Earth for 60 million years: no less than 300 species have existed as well. he
remains today only two: the elephant African and Asian elephants. The African elephant is the largest
and heaviest land animals. With an average height of 3.3 m at the shoulder, it
has the stature of a true giant. The elephant Asia is slightly smaller and reaches
on average 3 m at the withers. The gestation of elephants lasts between 18 and 22 months: a
absolute record in the animal kingdom. it also means a lot of time
a family of elephants to enlarge and ensure its maintenance, which makes the species
especially vulnerable. Both elephant species evolve
over vast territories. They roam in herds and ingest between 150 and 200 kg of vegetation
every day. They need quantity important food and water, but
also large spaces. Elephants play an important role
in the savanna ecosystems and forests for the benefit of other species
animal, and are also associated with rich biodiversity. Sadly,
their habitat continues to shrink. The habitat of the African elephant
was reduced by 50% since 1979 and remains only 15% of the populated territory
once the Asian elephant. Added to this are Conflict between humans and animals
and poaching for ivory, a magnitude unprecedented and threatens the survival of
case. Whales are among the largest
animals that Earth has ever worn. The Most of these majestic marine mammals,
who sail the oceans in search food, unfortunately today
in danger. Imposing creatures, baleen whales reaching an average of 20 m in adulthood.
They do however eat only krill and small fish. Their jaws are
equipped with baleen kinds of combs their for filtering food. Whales
are mammals: they need air to breathe and suckle their young. Yes
most whales are solitary, some prefer to hunt in two groups
ten individuals. Their complex and mysterious song allows them to communicate and identify
in the depths. Whales are at the head of the chain
food and without them, ecosystems sailors would be completely overwhelmed.
Unfortunately, over 13 species of whales baleen, nearly half are threatened.
Hunting is the killer of the more important for these cetaceans. Indeed,
despite numerous protective measures and a ban since 1986, hunting
whaling for commercial purposes, it continues in some countries such as Norway,
Japan and Iceland. Over 1000 whales are killed annually since inception
the moratorium. Chemical products toxic, collisions with boats,
catch them in nets fishing, noise pollution and warming
climate are other risks serious for whales. Protecting these animals is also fighting
against : Climate change : Climate change threatens
unprecedented for species, beings human and natural areas. The Bycatch: Each year, thousands of whales, dolphins,
sharks and seals end their days trapped in fishing nets. The Disappearance & Habitat degradation: The loss of habitat is today
the greatest threat to wildlife. Poaching & illegal trade: Poaching and illegal trade
Wild species are the second cause of species decline after loss
their habitat. The human-animal conflicts: In many areas, men and
the animals are forced to share a territory in a context of rivalry
sometimes intense. Deforestation : Deforestation is one of the largest
threats to our planet. Each year 13 million hectares of forests
disappear. Add to this list of animals in danger
disappearance, Tiger, Jaguar, Leopard, Lynx, Rhino, Snow Leopard,
Bison, the bonobo, chimpanzee, Thon, Narval, the orangutan. Make a difference, donate to WWF.
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