Why do people abuse animals and do not get in alot of trouble with the law.Do you think that
they should get in alot of trouble or should they not?
People abuse for a number of reasons. Frankly abusing an animal is a terrible crime in my eyes. It's like abusing a child, which is by far worse, but my point is that they are helpless and rely on us. There is a connection between those that abuse animals and those that abuse or hurt other people. Penalties should be tough and get them some help. Maybe not allowing them to have a pet, some anger management. Why laws are not tougher? It's the mentality that they are property or that they are just "an animal".
by HuskyChaos 4 years ago
Why do people abuse animals?If we are supposed to be civilised people, why do so many abuse animals, and so many not care about the cruelty to animals that goes on in our planet? As the dominant species, surely we have a responsibility of care toward the others who call this planet home?
by lattybantey 7 years ago
my mare is suppose to be due 1st week of june why is she so gasey alot more than normali never had her tested to make sure she is pregnant but she is 14 years old
by Et al... 9 years ago
Why do people in Ireland say "your one" alot?During my 6 month internship in Ireland I never had so much fun in my life! However, I remember being very confused when people said "Your one" alot. Also "pulling the piss" got me too. I think you should write a hub on all...
by ARISTOLE 9 years ago
Is a parent abusing you when they tell yo they will send you to the state or they don't want you any
by adrianus 7 years ago
Why alot of people always crying when their are praying to the lord?
by emdi 8 years ago
It was with great distress that I read the news about the child abuse scandal in catholic church. What do you think is the root cause of the problem? what change do you suggest to prevent further crimes?
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