Make Animal Cruelty History!!
Created by SummerLH on Dec 1, 2009
Last updated: 12/02/09 at 12:41 AM
Animal Cruelty has no followers yet. Be the first one to follow.
The RSPCA are investigating after the charred remains of a cat were found in a burnt out wheelie bin in a Perth suburb! The association was notified after the remains were discovered by a shire of swan ranger at 2:30pm on Saturday. The melted bin was at a bus stop, 50m from the roundabout near Illawarra Cres and Marangaroo Drive. RSPCA WA spokesman Richard Barry said investigators were trying to establish if the cat was alive when it was put in the bin and how long the remains were there before the ranger found them. He urged anyone who may have witnessed the incident or anyone with information to come forward. “The key issue for us is if the animal was alive when it was put in the bin then an act of Animal Cruelty has occurred!” Mr Barry said. "It looks like its been in searing heat for sometime. The flames would have been quite ferocious to melt a wheelie bin.” “If we don’t get a definite witness, then we’ve got no case!”
A 16 week old black lab puppy was tortured and left for dead in a rubbish dumpster at a gas station. A man stopped to put air in his tire and saw the box and heard a whimper. He opened the box and to his horror found the puppy with PVA glue in his eyes, nose, ears and throat. His back legs had multiple fractures. The man took the puppy to the vet were he had to be euthanized due to his injuries. The puppy in this story is named Buddy and in Mississippi they are trying to get a law passed to make it a felony for Animal Cruelty.
A TORTURED puppy who’s ears and tail were cut with scissors during an attach was found abandoned in a suburban school. Buckley, an eight week old border collie cross Stafford bull terrier, was found abandoned in a school yard on Saturday, July 11, and taken to a veterinarian in Sydenham, the Moonee Valley Leader reports. Home in North Melbourne. Shelter Manager Sue Conroy said the attack had left staff in tears. “The puppy would have received no anaesthetic and would have made a lot of noise and would have been in unspeakable agony” She said
The Draize Test is an acute toxicity test devised in 1944 by Food and Drug Administration (FDA) toxicologists John H. Draize and Jacob M. Spines. Initially used for testing cosmetics, the procedure involves applying 0.5mL or 0.5g of a test substance to the eye or skin of a restrained, conscious animal, and leaving it for four hours.The animals are observed for up to 14 days, for signs of erythema and edema in the skin test, and redness, swelling, discharge, ulceration, hemorrhaging, cloudiness, or blindness in the tested eye. The test subject is commonly an albino rabbit, though other species are used too, including dogs. The animals are killed after testing
Commercial whaling begins in 1600. They used the equipment, hand-thrown harpoons and sailing ships. Consistantly decreased whale stocks began in the Northern hemisphere. The whales targeted were the Sperm, right and humpback whales. This was the start of the commercial whaling economy. And many species were targeted and decreased immacuously in population.This has continued on for many years