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Some people believe that animals don't have rights or that even if they do, those rights should count for less than human wishes.

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But that doesn't give human beings a moral OK to treat animals badly: Even if animals don't have rights,

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The argument that animals should be treated properly can be based entirely on the need for human beings to behave morally, rather than on the rights of animals:

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What To Do if You Spot Animal Abuse

If you think that an animal is being abused or neglected, it is important that you do something about it. Your involvement may be the animal’s only hope.

First, find out which agency is responsible for investigating and enforcing the anti-cruelty laws in your state, county, or town.This may be a local humane society or SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) or a taxpayer-funded animal shelter (animal control). In jurisdictions without a humane society or animal-management department, citizens can call upon the police or sheriff’s department to enforce the law.

If the animal victim is not in immediate need of rescue, check state and local animal-protection laws by visiting your local library or city hall or by conducting an online search. Print out a copy of any laws that you believe are being violated, and be ready to cite these laws to authorities. In most states, causing an animal “unnecessary suffering” is illegal. That term can include everything from beating an animal to depriving him or her of clean water, food, or shelter.

Once you have determined which law-enforcement agency to contact (and ensured that the animal is not in imminent danger), provide authorities with a short, concise,

factual, written statement, detailing the key points of what you have observed and giving dates, locations, and approximate times. Timely fact-gathering is crucial—the more time that passes, the greater the risk that specifics will be forgotten,

witnesses will move, evidence will disappear, injuries will heal, etc. If you can, take pictures and date them;

photographic or videotaped evidence fortifies your case, and short, factual, written statements from other witnesses will back up your observations.

Persistence has saved countless animals from abusive people. If you are unable to

get satisfaction from law-enforcement officers, go straight to their supervisors. If necessary, appeal to local government officials, such as the mayor, prosecutor, city council members, or county commissioners. A simple call to the media (TV and print) in your area can move mountains. News coverage often forces officials to act and can also scare the abuser into stopping the cruel behavior. News coverage may also inspire viewers who have seen similar acts to step forward and share their own accounts.

1. It is the fundamental duty of every citizen of India to have compassion for all living creatures

2.To kill or maim any animal, including stray animals, is a punishable offence.

3.Stray dogs that have been operated for birth control cannot be captured or relocated by anybody including any authority.

4. 3. Abandoning any animal for any reason can land you in prison for up to three months.

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