What causes Animal Welfare Issues?
Animal welfare issues arise when the feelings and needs of animals are not given due consideration.
Concern for animal welfare is often based on the belief that consideration should be given to their well-being or suffering, especially when they are under the care of humans. These concerns can include how animals are slaughtered for food, how they are used in scientific research, how they are kept (as pets, in zoos, farms, circuses, etc.), and how human activities affect the welfare and survival of wild species.
Where do you go to report Animal Welfare Issues?
When there are animal welfare issues that concern members of the public, they need a means through which they can voice their concerns. A numbers of avenues are available, including public forums. However, there is an alternative and more efficient option. If there is a problem with animal welfare issues that you want to report, then either call your local humane society/animal welfare agency or the local public service provider. Or, more conveniently, use our free service to have the issue redirected to the right person in the right department, in the right agency. Click the green “MAKE YOUR REQUEST” button on this page.
Why are Animal Welfare Issues so important?
Gone are the days when when humans would hunt animals just for sport without an outcry; when people could torture or abuse animals and get away with it; when it was considered okay to raise or breed livestock in inhumane conditions. Public awareness has been heightened, and with it, public concern. Animals have their rightful place on our earth and there is genuine care expressed for them. People feel that they should be well cared for and should be allowed to live happy and fulfilled lives. It is also expected that pet owners should take the responsibility for the care of their pets very seriously. At PSR we continuously analyze the frequency of types of Service Request made to Public agencies, and animal welfare issues are among those most frequently reported. PSR can help by making the reporting process easier, faster, less frustrating and interactive, with feedback from the Public Service Provider all the way to resolution.