My niece needs someone to write a 8-10 page paper on animal cruelty. its due by Saturday no later....you will find the references and outline below
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Understanding Animal Cruelty and
Temple University Press. Retrieved From: UTEP Library
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and Jargon, Julie. ( 2012) The Wall Street Journal.
I. Topic: Animal Cruelty A Growing
Thesis: While many would agree that
animal cruelty must cease, there are numerous arguments how to best
tackle the problem and whether what is being done, or proposed, is of
any real benefit.
II. INTRO: "Animals--pain--cruelty!"
or "Why do so many people cause animals to suffer?"In
America today, despite the fight to improve animal welfare, cruelty
continues to be an on-going battle and more action requires be taken
in an effort to stop it completely. Much has been written
1. Main Idea- Animal Rights
A. Do animal have rights
B. Are animals equal to humans?
C. Do humans have an obligation to
2. Main Idea- Animal Cruelty or Animal
A. Animal research or Animal
B. Can they suffer?
C. Moral Challenges
3. Main idea- Animal Experiment
Ethical or Unethical
A. Is animal research right or wrong
B. Are we really saving lives?
C. Are there Alternatives?
ABUSE OF ANIMALS
Animals most commonly abused
Most common acts/abuses committed
2. To retaliate against an animal
3. To retaliate against another person:
4. To satisfy a prejudice against a species or breed
5. To express anger through an animal
6. To enhance one’s own aggressiveness
7. To shock people for amusement
8. To displace hostility from a person to an animal:
9. To perform non-specific sadism
1. Know who to call to
report animal cruelty.
2. Make a call
3. Set a good example to others
1. Stronger cruelty
2. Harsh Penalties
E. Public appeal/assistance
Cruelty to animals Misdemeanor in the 2nd degree
Injuring animals- value of animal less than $300
- value of animal
more than $300
- Officer or agent of Ohio Humane Society may
remove a child if deemed to be in cruel surroundings
Animal Abuse -Misdemeanor in the 2nd degree Minor Misdemeanor
2. Injuring animals- Misdemeanor in the 2nd
3. Poisoning- Misdemeanor in the 4th degree
Animal abuse $750.00
Injuring $ 100.00
Animal Abuse- 90 days
Abandonment- 90 days
Injuring- 30 days