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1 Stop Hurting and Start Loving! By Francesca Highton Introduction On purpose or not?Helping… NO!ConclusionCruelness

2 Introduction On purpose or not? CruelnessHelping…NOConclusion Have you ever thought that what you are doing to these poor, sweet, loving animals is mean and cruel and hurts them so badly. What you are doing is called Animal Abuse. How would you feel if some random people, that you have never seen before just come up to you and start beating you until you bleed or throw rocks at you until you fall to the ground. Or even keep you on a short chain outside all day and night? Well if you don’t know, think about it while you read my essay, which will hopefully make you not hurt animals but love them. Introduction Power word: Animal Abuse: hurting animals

3 On Purpose or Not? Do people abuse animals on purpose? Most people who abuse animals, do not do it on purpose. They abuse animals because they don’t think about what they are doing. Some people treat them badly and hurt animals because they have been treated badly themselves and take it out by kicking or even throwing any kind of pet. Those people don’t realize or think about what they are doing while they are doing it. Then when the person stops, they regret what they have done and hate themselves for abusing such sweet, loving animals. IntroductionOn purpose or not?CruelnessHelping… NO!Conclusion

4 Cruelness Do people know what they were doing is cruel IntroductionOn purpose or not?CruelnessHelping…NO!Conclusion Many of these people do not know what they are doing is cruel. Some people don’t know what kind of home/shelter different animals need. For example, they may keep their dog in their yard in a doghouse and barley bring the dog inside, so that when it rains the doghouse gets flooded and the dog is out in the pouring. Sometimes many owners try to keep their pets under control by using cruel punishment. They think that punishing animals is the best way to solve problems, but its NOT! Other people are cruel because they don’t pay any attention to animals. For example, someone might forget to give their cat water for a few days and doesn’t care about it. Or even somebody could leave their dog or cat in their car for 2 or 3 hours on a hot summer day with the widows rolled up. Mostly these people do or should know better to pay attention, but either they don’t care or they forget. Power word: home/shelter: a structure that protects an object

5 Helping…NO! People think they are helping animals, NOT! IntroductionOn purpose or not?CruelnessHelping…NO!Conclusion Some people take in so many animals, but they cant take care of all of them, these people are called hoarders. For example, people take in lots of animals because they love them, but taking in so many that you'll love and then maybe not so much for the animals. Lastly, if you take in to many animals you might forget to give some of them food and water and those animals may starve to death. Then some of the others may get fed once or twice and all the rest get full care. Also, since there is so many animals they will end up living in a cramped, dirty, and unhealthy environment. Power word: Hoarders: person who takes and gets lots of things but never gets rid of them

6 Well I hope I have encouraged you not to abuse animals and start to love and care for them. Now that I have showed you not to abuse animals, because it is a very serious matter, think about how you can stop Animal Abuse! Conclusion IntroductionOn purpose or not?CruelnessHelping…NO!Conclusion


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