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Action and Reaction – Why Animal Abuse is so Vile
Have you ever noticed that when you read a story of animal cruelty or abuse online, that the comments at the end of the article nearly always contain cries for eye-for-an-eye justice? If a dog’s been chained up and starved, … Continue reading
Posted in Random Woofs Tagged animal abuse, animal cruelty, Animals in Translation, Animals Make Us Human, C.A. Wulff, dogs, domesticating dogs, empathy, eye-for-an-eye, Fairfield County Dog Shelter, Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, justice, neotenized dogs, reader's reactions, Temple Grandin, The Dog Who Wouldn't Stop Loving, The Pretty Devils, Topher Mackenzie, Up On The Woof 4 Comments