Cases in Public Services

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60 million
The number of households in the United States who have one or more pets.

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Many public services you go to regularly are some of the biggest animal abusers. From food manufacturers, to clothing companies; restaurants to the circus. Public places can not get away with cruelty just because they're a common household name.

The Circus: Animals are constantly abused in the circus. During training or after a poor performance the animals are severely beaten. When the circus is on the road or a performance is not currently in action, the animals are kept in quarters that are almost too small for them to even fit in!

Kentucky Fried Chicken: "KFC suppliers cram birds into huge waste-filled factories, breed and drug them to grow so large that they can’t even walk, and often break their wings and legs. At slaughter, the birds’ throats are slit and they are dropped into tanks of scalding-hot water—often while they are still conscious." Even though they have been advised to numerous times, suppliers have not ended these actions.

Animal Testing: This link is to a site that lists many major brands that still test on animals. This has been proven time and again to be cruel and most have stopped such horrid actions. However, some companies continue to kill or permanently harm animals for the sake of their product.

Burberry: Despite having their fur products removed from many stores due to their animal creulty, Burberry continuse to produce products made with animal fur. If you didn't know... "fur farmers use the cheapest and cruelest killing methods available, including suffocation, electrocution, gassing, and poisoning."


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