Well since you're photo depicts a dog, I imagine a conversation with a dog would go something like this:
Dog: "Hi! Let's go out and play!"
Human: "You were abused in the past, how do you feel about that?"
Dog: "Let's go out!! Let's find that ball! Oh what's that smell? I think there's food particles on your shirt"
Human: "No, I'm asking you to comment about how you feel about the human race"
Dog: "Noise outside! Be right back"
What would animals 'say'? Things that are relevant to their species. Unlike humans, they don't dwell in the past or reflect on the existence of other species. Even the dog in your photo, which I presume has been rescued, would not have an ill opinion of humans because of the neglect of one. They might retain some PTS-like fear of a specific gender or objects, but I doubt they are aware as to why.
However, if an animal could speak to us like a human do with each other, that would essentially not make the animal the species that it was.