End Animal Cruelty On Social Media. Bring Those Responsible to Justice.

  • by: Anton Black
  • target: EU Commission TTIP and Animal welfare

To get some likes on Social Media is an invite for twisted humans to plan, commit and brag about abuse of animals.

Several videos, shared to Total Frat Move's spring break-themed Instagram account, document the disturbing site: in one a man "shotgunning" beer on a shark's mouth and another of a man carrying around a seagull.

A handful of "Valentine's Day cat-punching event pages" popped up on Facebook. Regardless of whether the original cat punching event was the creation of a "well-known troll," the Daily Mirror says, or the work of someone who harms real animals, we can all agree it's not something that deserves a Facebook page.

Dog abuse: crazy woman duct tapes dog's mouth shut for barking, posts the photo to Facebook. The photo shared more than 300,000 times and came packaged with the following explanation: "This is what happens when you don't shut up!!!."

Although animal rights charities have been doing an excellent work, we need sentences that fit the crime, and we need to reach out to people to educate them and prevent them from getting sucked into this cycle of violence and serious crime.

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