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What is Animal Cruelty? Animal cruelty generally falls into two categories: neglect, or intentional cruelty. Neglect is the failure to provide water, food, shelter, or necessary care. The second category is the brutality of intentional cruelty, which means physical harm or injury inflicted on an animal. Regretfully, cases of animals being beaten, burned, poisoned or stabbed to death are not uncommon. How to recognize animal cruelty: Look for these common signs of neglect or intentional cruelty witnessed by Ontario SPCA investigators: Wounds on the body. Severely overgrown nails Extremely thin, starving animals Animals who are repeatedly left alone without food and water. Animals who have been hit by cars and have not received veterinary attention. Animals who are kept outside without shelter in extreme weather conditions.
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  • Winter '15
  • Amir Alimohammad
  • Suffering, Extreme weather, Cruelty to animals

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