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Animal abuse is a strong issue that has been discussed for years It is wrong and disgusting We shouldnt be taking the lives of other living creatures for our liking We shouldnt be taking advantage of them and their lives There are many forms of animal abuse but mainly tormented in sports entertainment hunting medical experiments and product testing The animals in sports and entertainment arent usually killed but suffer a great deal In sports the animals are involved in abuse games such as horse-racing dog racing rodeos circuses and sock fighting These are only a few examples In the horse and dog racing and also rodeos the animals are teased and whipped like in the Calgary Stampede In circuses they are teased whipped shoved into small cages and forced to do unnatural tricks Tigers were not made to jump through flaming hoops In movies the animals are also taught to do unnatural things for example in Air Bud The dog played basketball Air Bud actually died from doing it So the directors got a new Air Bud to play in the following Air Bud movies Hunting is the most unnecessary form of animal abuse Also is animal abuse in general like having a pet and hitting it If you hit a dog he will never forget and become afraid of lots of things I know from experience I have a pitbull named Molson and hes only 2 years old He used to belong to one of my brothers ex-friends He used to be abused and hit badly So my brother took Molson and now loves him to death Molson is now afraid of everything even cats In my opinion there is absolutely no point to hunting It is just a game that men and women do that they think makes them more manly or powerful Well maybe it could be understandable if its for food but when the hunting is for
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