The price of animal care
THERE can really be very little excuse for cruelty to animals of any kind.
In today's tough economic climate, caring for a pet – however big or small – can be fairly expensive, especially if they fall ill.
Vets bills can really add up and lead to difficult situations for some.
But there are organisations that exist to help, and would never knowingly turn down a request for someone who was genuine in their need for help with care or treatment.
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There are occasions when ignorance may well play a part.
A very elderly person who relies on their cat or dog for company could be guilty of unconscious neglect – not noticing when a feline has fleas, for example.
However, there are many, many cases when people are just downright cruel – and they certainly do have the ability to care for the animals they have been charged to look after, or to take action to ensure they are looked after elsewhere.
They are guilty and should be made to realise the suffering and trauma that an animal will feel when in that situation. Their behaviour is simply unacceptable.
Do you have an animal and have you noticed a rise in the cost of looking after it, or are you struggling. Let us know by comment on this story at www.thisisgrimsby.co.uk