Help Stop Animal Cruelty and Suffering
HOW TO HELP STOP ANIMAL CRUELTY AND SUFFERING Introduction
If you feel helpless about not being able to help stop animal cruelty and suffering, do not despair! You can help in numerous ways that you have probably never realised. Further down this page, you will see many different ways to help.
Your personal circumstances and personality type do not matter - there is something for everyone. You don't have to move from the computer if you don't want to.
To be most effective in your efforts to help animals, it is advisable to arm yourself with as much knowledge about animal cruelty as possible. You can find information to help with this in the Types Of Animal Cruelty section of this site.
If we each do a litttle, a lot is achieved.
It is easy to feel overwhelmed because of how much animal cruelty is happening in the world, even as you read this. However, if none of us bothered doing anything, because we could each only do a little, nothing would ever get changed for animals. When each of us do the little we can, a lot is achieved.
Don't just get angry - get active!
It is natural to feel angry and upset about the animal cruelty you want to stop. Try to use those feelings to drive you on in the fight to stop the cruelty. Turn your outrage in to action! Being upset, angry and outraged won't change anything for animals, but action will.
Can Absolutely Anyone Help?
It does not matter what age you are, if you are an introvert or extravert, whether you don't have much time or energy to go to much effort, whether you are good with people, animals or prefer your own company, whether you like to stay in or go out - there are ways to help that suit everyone.
Ways You Can Help Stop Animal Suffering And Cruelty
Doing anything on this list contributes to helping stop animal cruelty and suffering, and the more of the things you do, the more you will be helping. If you can only do a little, don't ever think it is not worth it - the animals need every little tiny bit of help they can get.
Thank you Heidi Leach and Animal Rights Action for these helpful hints in the effort to stop animal abuse and suffering.