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Animal Abuse and Why Should U Care.

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Animal Abuse and Why Should U Care………………….

I understand we cannot save every animal that is out there in agony and pain. I understand there are many many children and less fortunate that need our help as well. I understand whatever happens in another foreign country within their culture is not our business and we should not judge or intervene.

You are right. We shouldn’t but we do. We do it because of our moral obligation of knowing what is right and what is wrong. We do it because society as a whole needs to speak and say “This is wrong!”. We do it because if you post your abuse on social media, then it is my right or our right to say you are wrong. You are seeking acknowledgment, I cannot stay shut and look the other way.

It saddens me how abusive human have become toward their animals. It saddens me how angry and barbaric they have become. I cannot change Yulin, I cannot change S. Korea and other Asian countries, but I can fight my battle here with the awareness that animal abuse and cruelty are happening too many times here in the United States.

So, how can you help?

Listen, I am not rich. I am struggling financially like everyone else is. All I can do is pass the word. Please do the same. Pass the word. Retweet, share on Facebook, Tumblr, and other social media. Someone out there may have more resources and would be able to help. Your cost is nothing. Zero dollars, just a few minutes of your time. Your reward priceless.

Turn this

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Is Not hard. Try it you might like how you feel.

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Dogs rescued from South Korean meat farm available for adoption at SFSPCA

Leone, Hermione, Jenny and Drema were among 171 dogs rescued in April by the Humane Society International only months before they were scheduled to be killed and eaten.

Source: Dogs rescued from South Korean meat farm available for adoption at SFSPCA