Animal Cruelty - Animal Cruelty and The Link Disclaimer...

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Objectives ± What is the difference between animal cruelty, abuse, and neglect? ± :KDW LV ³7KH /LQN´" :KDW DUH WKH GLIIHUHQW IRUPV RI violence associated with this? ± What are some cited motives for cruelty to animals? ± What are the two main themes that revolve around violence and abuse? ± Why is violence towards animals by children concerning? ± What is the link between serial killers and animal abuse? ± What percentage of battered women remain with their abuser to protect their pets (only percent you need to know)? ± What are some specific things that are being done now to decrease domestic violence involving animals?
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Defining Animal Cruelty ± State laws are based on ____________ ± Practices exempt from state laws: ² Using animals in research ² Rodeos ² Common farming practices ² Pest control ² Hunting and trapping
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Animal Cruelty Laws ± Cruelty to animals can be broken into: ² _____________ ² _____________
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Have you ever witnessed what you would consider animal cruelty? A: Yes B: No
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Animal Neglect ± _____________________________________ _____________________________________ ² Food, water, shelter, veterinary care ² %DVLF QHFHVVLWLHV UHTXLUHG E\ ODZ ³RZQHU¶V GXWLHV´ ± Other examples: ² Abandonment ² Hoarding ² Extreme conditions in commercial breeding facilities ± Investigators often work with owners to improve the conditions
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_________________ ± Severely neglected (emaciated) ± Was found in a plastic bag, having been thrown down a garbage chute ² Abuse ± Owner could face up to $1000 fine and 6 months in jail
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Patrick the Dog - Now ± From 19 pounds to 50 pounds ± Looking for his new home ± Still bears some scars, slightly fearful of strangers
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Animal Abuse ± ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ± More serious offenses ²
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