Showing posts tagged animal abuse
parkerallison:

pome-janet:

thebeautyinsinkingships:

“Tied behind the back of a truck by a bunch of drunk a-holes and dragged along the streets. You revolting pieces of shit.”
Not only is this absolutely fucking disgusting and horrible in so many ways, but the things that makes it even worse is that you can tell how upset and in pain the dog is just by the looking at the picture. The human race honestly fucking disgusts me. Anyone who is actually able to hurt an animal in any way, deserves to be tortured themselves and ten times worse. Fucking cunts.

holy….  poor baby :(

oh my god. Literally crying. This is so disgusting. I just want to hug this poor baby:”’(

parkerallison:

pome-janet:

thebeautyinsinkingships:

“Tied behind the back of a truck by a bunch of drunk a-holes and dragged along the streets. You revolting pieces of shit.”

Not only is this absolutely fucking disgusting and horrible in so many ways, but the things that makes it even worse is that you can tell how upset and in pain the dog is just by the looking at the picture. The human race honestly fucking disgusts me. Anyone who is actually able to hurt an animal in any way, deserves to be tortured themselves and ten times worse. Fucking cunts.

holy….  poor baby :(

oh my god. Literally crying. This is so disgusting. I just want to hug this poor baby:”’(

(Reblogged from tacokel)

Pregnant cat thrown into glass container

cat tied up in glass bin

In Oude Pekela, The Netherlands, a pregnant cat was tied up and thrown into a glass container. She has been rescued and is currently doing fine.

The website PrachtigPekela will give out a reward for the tip that leads to the person responsible for this.

glasbakThe glass container the cat was thrown into. With her front and back legs tied together, she struggled on the many glass shards, injuring her feet.

kitten saved

(Source: telegraaf.nl)

Puppy Mills / Puppy Farms

puppy farm

 A puppy mill or  puppy farm is a  large dog  breeding facility  created to mass  produce puppies  for profit.

 Likened to  battery hens,  the breeding  dogs are kept in  cages or pens  for their entire  life with the sole purpose of producing puppies for the pet shop, internet and overseas markets.

Pet shops require a constant supply of cute, young puppies and individual shops can take more than 20 a week. Multiply that by the number of pet shops found in shopping centres throughout America, China, Australia and other countries and you have the perfect distribution network for an industry producing hundreds of puppies with little concern paid to quality, health or temperament.

In Australia these farms have anything from 20 to 1000 breeding females who are kept constantly pregnant or lactating in order to keep up with demand. The health, behaviour and temperament problems found in puppies from puppy mills are well documented and for each cute, fluffy litter of puppies seen in a pet shop window their mother is likely to be suffering the fate of a puppy mill dog.

Puppies from puppy farms often have severe genetic disorders. They are sometimes impossible to housebreak. They are sometimes impossible to train. They are often aggressive, shy, anti-social and have severe behavioural problems.

puppy mills

Dogs in puppy farms are kept in small cages their entire lives. They breed constantly. They often have filthy living conditions, little to no veterinary care, bare minimum of food, dirty water and never see the sun. They have no interaction with people apart from when they’re put into the cage, and when their puppies are taken out of the cage.
When they have exhausted their use as breeding dogs, they are dumped at pounds, on the side of the road, killed or left to starve to death.

(Source: gaiaonline.com)

Max survives arrow through head

arrow through head of cat

Max is one tough cat. The three-year old black and white cat, owned by Santa Cruz area Brad and Nancy Paquin, had been missing for two days. On Sunday evening, Max returned home with a black arrow lodged in his head. Amazingly, when he entered the house, he immediately ran for his food bowl, theMercury News reported.

The arrow was safely removed at a local veterinarian’s office Sunday night with Max under anesthesia. Fortunately the arrow, though lodged two to three inches into Max’s head, did not crack his skull or appear to cause any brain damage, according to Santa Cruz County Animal Services Manager Tom Stosuy. Max has a hole through his ear, but is otherwise doing well.

Santa Cruz County Animal Services is investigating the incident.  Animal control officers are canvassing the neighborhood where the Paquins live trying to identify a possible suspect. If you live in the area and have information on the arrow attack, call Santa Cruz County Animal Services at 454-7303 ex. 1.

As for Max, though he was frequently let aside, the Paquins said that he now will be an indoor only cat along with their other cat. The Paquins also have a Golden Retriever.

(Source: examiner.com)

Another Well Done for mankind.

Another Well Done for mankind.

(Source: heptagram)

(Reblogged from amypink)

Ohio Dairy Farm Brutality

On September 24, 2010, Billy Joe Gregg, Jr., a worker at Conklin Dairy Farms caught on hidden camera during a Mercy For Animals investigation maliciously abusing cows and calves, pleaded guilty to six misdemeanor counts of cruelty to animals.

(…)

During a four-week investigation in April and May, MFA’s investigator documented farm workers:

  • Violently punching young calves in the face, body slamming them to the ground, and pulling and throwing them by their ears
  • Routinely using pitchforks to stab cows in the face, legs and stomach
  • Kicking “downed” cows (those too injured to stand) in the face and neck – abuse carried out and encouraged by the farm’s owner
  • Maliciously beating restrained cows in the face with crowbars – some attacks involving over 40 blows to the head
  • Twisting cows’ tails until the bones snapped
  • Punching cows’ udders
  • Bragging about stabbing, dragging, shooting, breaking bones, and beating cows and calves to death

(…)

Sadly, cruelty to farmed animals in Ohio – no matter how egregious – is classified as a mere misdemeanor. Ohio has some of the weakest animal protection laws in the nation – ranking 43rd out of all 50 states. Further, no federal laws provide protection for farmed animals during their lives on the farm. Such inadequate state laws and the absence of federal laws lead to rampant abuse.

(Source: mercyforanimals.org)

Blending live animals

cryallyouwant:

this is fucking disgusting. A mouse in a blender. WHO THE FUCK would do such a thing? People like this should fucking be put in a blender themselves.

I found this on twitter, so idk who did this or when.

We got a beautiful world with gorgeous, interesting and intelligent life on it. And this is what people do with it.

(Reblogged from baracrack-deactivated20110811-d)

Monkeys are tortured for “entertainment” in Indonesia

Shocking truth of how monkeys are tortured for "entertainment" in Indonesia

(…)

It’s here the torture really begins. The monkeys are hung upside down so they learn how to walk upright. Chains are then clamped around their necks and they have to stand up straight or be punished.

The monkeys are starved and only fed when they obey to make sure they learn quickly. The highly-social primates are forced to live inside cramped wooden crates and can’t interact with each other, leading them to become deeply disturbed.

After being “trained” they are taken to tourist spots to “work”. Our revelations will put pressure on the Indonesian authorities to take action. But the illegal animal trade is a multi-million-dollar business.

(Source: animalequality.net)

veganlove:

97 percent of seals killed for Canada’s annual slaughter are under the age of 3 months and the majority are under 1 month.  At the time of slaughter, many pups have never eaten their first solid meal or taken their first swim.

(Source: theinformedvegan)

(Reblogged from likepoetryenchanted)
thisisnotokgroup:

No one knows who these two are or where they’re from. So please, circulate this picture all around the internet, because someone somewhere knows who they are. Reblog it, tweet it, share it on Facebook, whatever. If you know who they are or you’ve maybe seen them before, locate your local authorities or the animal watch group around you. These assholes have to be punished for what they did to this poor baby. Please, please, reblog this.

thisisnotokgroup:

No one knows who these two are or where they’re from. So please, circulate this picture all around the internet, because someone somewhere knows who they are. Reblog it, tweet it, share it on Facebook, whatever. If you know who they are or you’ve maybe seen them before, locate your local authorities or the animal watch group around you. These assholes have to be punished for what they did to this poor baby. Please, please, reblog this.

(Reblogged from animalcruelty-notok)

Greyhound Racing

If you support Greyhound racing, you’re directly funding the abuse and deaths of these animals.

About 30,000 greyhound pups are registered every year between Ireland and the U.K. The number bred is actually many thousands more than this, when taking into account pups that never get registered, and those killed by breeders at a very young age because they fail to reach racing standards.

Dogs who actually make it to the track are very likely to experience suffering during their racing careers. It has been estimated that greyhounds running on British tracks sustain more than 12,000 injuries every year and that 10% of dogs that race are already suffering from injuries. Injured toes, torn muscles, strained tendons and arthritic joints are commonplace. There have been numerous doping scandals uncovered in the Irish racing industry - many dogs are given drugs, such as cocaine, before a race to increase their speed.

At least 10,000 greyhounds “retire” from racing in Britain every year, at an average age of just 2½ years old. This is either because of injury or because they are adjudged to be no longer good enough to race. Many exracing greyhounds are simply abandoned and a large number are killed, sometimes by extremely cruel methods such as drowning or poisoning, because most ‘owners’ and trainers are not prepared to pay the cost of having them put to sleep by a vet. The shooting of greyhounds, as a killing method, is not uncommon.

greyhound racing cruelty

Kamaksan - one of the victims of the Korean industry


greyhound dog cruelty

information from: http://www.naracampaigns.org/greyhoundracing.html

photos from: http://www.greyhoundaction.org.uk

The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.
Mahatma Gandhi , India