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Every day in the United States animals are being abandoned abused neglected and just treated horrible It is very cruel how many people can even think about doing those things to innocent animals that have a brain like a toddler What if someone abused your child that is just as bad as abusing an animal Some animals are lucky and get to live after they have been abused and some are not so lucky Dogs Cats Horses and many other animals are innocent in most cases In some states if someone abuses or neglects animals they either will be sent to jail or get fined We need to change those states from having a second or third offence into a first offence felony People do not understand that we are the animals voice and they need our help There is too much abuse and cruelty towards animals and it is common animals should not ever be abused and the laws now need to be changed for the better Many people that do not want to change the law for animal abuse are more likely the abusers The abusers like to feel that they have power so they abuse the ones that cannot fight back For example Michael Vick had approximately 54 dogs that he had chained up and he would abuse and make them fight each other Michael would do it for the money and the entertainment In a news interview two other football players defended Vick and said its his property its his dogs If thats what he wants to do do it dog fighting is a prevalent part of life People that like dog fighting or dog abuse do not want the laws to get worse because if they get caught it would be a federal crime Dogs cats and many other animals are abused and neglected all over the United States A majority of animal cruelty is not reported so no one
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