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Rhonda O'Dell
Rhonda O'Dell

I think they should be prosecuted just like they had abused or killed a human.. a life is a life..

Linda Hundley-Lokensgard
Linda Hundley-Lokensgard
  • Rhonda O'Dell

I agree with you 110%!!!!!

Don Magnuson
Don Magnuson
  • Rhonda O'Dell

i agree 100% cuz theres no difference theyre both a life

Gregory Stuart
Gregory Stuart
  • Rhonda O'Dell

I have a question for Rhonda, Linda, & Don: Have you been a vegan all your life? I have not; therefore, should I be prosecuted, too - because "a life is a life"? Or do I get grandfathered into an amnesty program under your 100+% agreement to "prosecute just like (we) had abused or killed a human...(a life is a life.)" Or do your moral values not include pigs, cows, lambs, chickens, turkeys, fish, etc. Linda, there are five people pictured in your profile photo- are they all lifetime vegans...

I have a question for Rhonda, Linda, & Don: Have you been a vegan all your life? I have not; therefore, should I be prosecuted, too - because "a life is a life"? Or do I get grandfathered into an amnesty program under your 100+% agreement to "prosecute just like (we) had abused or killed a human...(a life is a life.)" Or do your moral values not include pigs, cows, lambs, chickens, turkeys, fish, etc. Linda, there are five people pictured in your profile photo- are they all lifetime vegans who have never killed an animal? Should we prosecute them if they have eaten meat (which necessarily entails abuse & killing of a "life"?

Jeramey Jenkins
Jeramey Jenkins
  • Rhonda O'Dell

Gregory there is a difference between killing an animal for food and abusing or killing an animal "just cause". I have a friend who is a vegan and all she wants is for people just to be aware of what animals go through at factory farms and how there treated. You can't stop people from eating meat but you can at least treat them with respect even if they are going to die for others nourishment. But abusing and killing an animal "just cause" is completely different and should be treated like a...

Gregory there is a difference between killing an animal for food and abusing or killing an animal "just cause". I have a friend who is a vegan and all she wants is for people just to be aware of what animals go through at factory farms and how there treated. You can't stop people from eating meat but you can at least treat them with respect even if they are going to die for others nourishment. But abusing and killing an animal "just cause" is completely different and should be treated like a crime. I don't know about prosecuting them like a human is called for but there should be alot steeper penalties then a couple yrs in prison and there definately should be an animal abuser list bc I don't wanna live next door to someone who has abused animals and wonder if I leave my dog outside is something going to happen to him or not.

Lesley Freeman
Lesley Freeman
  • Rhonda O'Dell

Gregory Stuart what school did you go to... Dont you know the difference between killing an animal humanely and bloody painful cruelty get a life!!!

Sara Rovine
Sara Rovine
  • Rhonda O'Dell

Do you kill them abusively? Do you think it is fun? Do you have the ability to kill humans next? Are you shouting out for help from your psychiatric illness? Its not the same thing. We want to stop people who nailgun kittens to posts and drag dogs behind pickups for the fun of it and steal our beloved family pets.

Brigitte Hollowell
Brigitte Hollowell
  • Rhonda O'Dell

Gregory Stuart There is a difference! I understand your question however this is more in regards to pets. If you happen to have a pet chicken that lives in your house, that you dress up, you feed you love and do whatever and someone comes in and kills it just because they can would you not want justice? I someone hurts your dog or cat badly and kills them or worse, would you not want justice? Would you not want people to know what he or she did so they never get a dog or cat to hurt and...

Gregory Stuart There is a difference! I understand your question however this is more in regards to pets. If you happen to have a pet chicken that lives in your house, that you dress up, you feed you love and do whatever and someone comes in and kills it just because they can would you not want justice? I someone hurts your dog or cat badly and kills them or worse, would you not want justice? Would you not want people to know what he or she did so they never get a dog or cat to hurt and torture? I am not vegan I do not eat a lot of meat. I don’t like it and the more I read about it the less appealing it is. There is a big difference, at least for me and many others, plus there is a way to do it and a way not to. However someone who abuses animals, a pet, that is different. For any human being to purposely inflict pain, severe ongoing pain, neglect, torture or yes even sexual abuse any animal for the purpose of pleasure or entertainment for themselves or for profit is not only unacceptable but not human and yes it should be punished adequately and sometimes yes a life for a life. To be able to cold bloodedly calculate and perform the horrific acts I see done to innocent animals, pets of all kinds, on a daily basis, without remorse sicken me and millions of other people and nothing, absolutely nothing but maybe a slap on the hand, if law enforcement even considers “worrying “ about an animal abuse case, is the punishment you see as a norm if any when, the sick thought process of any human to cause such pain without hesitation should be enough evidence that we are dealing with a sociopath who is the one that should be locked up for 72 hrs if that on the euthanasia list for “aggression” and being a liability to society instead of all these mislabeled dogs/animals that these labels are given to by people and then victimized again and murdered by people. That is what it is about!

MathewKimberly Peters
MathewKimberly Peters
  • Rhonda O'Dell

Gregory there is a difference behind killing an animal in a dignified way for food and then beating and abusing an animal for no resaon other than ur on sick twisted mind. I'm not a vegan I eat meat all the time but yet I'm not gonna go down the street find a cat and burn it and kick it and stomp it to death because I think its funny those types of digraceful humans should be made to register as a animal abuser.

Aileen Richter
Aileen Richter
  • Rhonda O'Dell

I understand your question about being a vegan, however, due to society we, as humans, have been raised to eat meat. Meat from cows, chickens, & pigs which is a part of life. What isn't a part of life is someone keeping a dog chained up outside all year long w/o feeding it or giving it shelter. What isn't normal is kicking a helpless kitten or fighting a pitbull

Julie Green
Julie Green
  • Rhonda O'Dell

Gregory Stuart, AFTER WATCHING FROM THE FARM TO THE FRIDGE, I BECAME A FRUITARIAN & VEGETARIAN!!! THAT MADE ME SO SICK AT MY STOMACH, WHAT THEY DO AT SLAUGHTER HOUSES!!! THEY NEED TO SHUT ALL OF THEM DOWN FOR GOOD!!!

Gale Bly Osborne
Gale Bly Osborne

Lets stop the abuse of animals, make the world safe for the animals and for people,

Sam Johnson
Sam Johnson

I agree

Bob Greene
Bob Greene

I agree 1,000% lets make it happen!

Rene' Bradley
Rene' Bradley

Gregory Stuart...I agree 100%. 2 years I watched the documentary "Earthlings" and it caused a monumental shift in my thinking. I too had been an abuser disgusted with those who abused their animals.....and yet I found I was no different. Everytime we sit down to a meal with animal protein that our bodies do NOT need....we condone animal abuse. Watch the documentary and others out there and tell me that we are all not guilty. I have a new love and respect for all living things and I am...

Gregory Stuart...I agree 100%. 2 years I watched the documentary "Earthlings" and it caused a monumental shift in my thinking. I too had been an abuser disgusted with those who abused their animals.....and yet I found I was no different. Everytime we sit down to a meal with animal protein that our bodies do NOT need....we condone animal abuse. Watch the documentary and others out there and tell me that we are all not guilty. I have a new love and respect for all living things and I am NOW healthier than I have ever been in my life.....I would challenge everyone out there to stand against animal abuse.............and it starts in our homes and on our plates.

Jennie Plausse
Jennie Plausse

Gregory you are an idiot! They torture animals! I am not even going to waste my time explaining common sense to you so... yeah

Alex Tilliros
Alex Tilliros

I think that the laws for animal abusers should be as strict as possible.

Jerri Love
Jerri Love

I completely agree! We must protect all critters big an small from 20 legged to no legged at all....
Goddess Blesses Us All.. :-)

André Dauchot
André Dauchot

Même toutes les personnes qui n'ont pas d'animaux doivent se montrer sensible à ce problème! Les animaux sont nos meilleurs amis et parfois , de plus en plus souvent même les plus " SURS ".

Deborah Ritter
Deborah Ritter

I AGREE THIS HAS TO STOP. THEY NEED TO TAKE THESE PEOPLE AND HURT THEM IN THE SAME WAY. TO SEE HOW IT FEELS. THESE ANIMALS ARE GOD'S LITTLE CREATURES. IF I HAD ALOT OF MONEY I WOULD SEE FORTH I WOULD GET A BIG HOME FOR ALL THE UNWANTED ANIMALS AND THE ABUSED ONES, MAY GOD BLESS ALL THE BEAUTIFUL ANIMALS IN THE WORLD. ANY ONE SEES THAT THE ANIMALS ARE BEING ABUSED REPORT THIS TO THE POLICE.

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