A new report by the Humane Society International (HSI) shows how animals can be used for profit and exploited inhumanely, in violation of the international animal protection law.
A number of countries around the world are currently fighting for a law that would protect the lives of animals, and protect the welfare of animals and their owners.
A recent study by the IWF shows that many countries have failed to enforce animal protection laws, and instead continue to use them as a weapon to enforce the dominance of big business over animal rights.
While there are no hard numbers on how many animals are killed for the food or entertainment industries, the Humane and Ethical Society of the United States (EHSA) estimates that up to 1.3 billion animals are raised in the US annually for human consumption, and that one out of every three animals raised in factory farms is killed before they are released to their natural environment.
According to HSI, the meat and dairy industries spend more than $US300 billion annually on animal agriculture, and millions of animals are transported to slaughterhouses.
These are the animals that we buy, breed and eat, and who are often treated inhumane ways.
HSI found that some of the most shocking examples of this abuse are found in the meatpacking industry.
HSIs research revealed that a small percentage of animals were sold to slaughter in the USA and Canada, and the majority were raised for human food.
The majority of these animals were kept in conditions that made them vulnerable to disease and neglect, which was often accompanied by other abuses.
HSIn a statement, HSI’s founder, Jane Krakauer, said, “As a human rights organisation, we cannot ignore the horrific treatment animals endure in the factory farms and slaughterhouses across the world.
We know how dangerous it is to treat an animal with unnecessary cruelty.
Our research shows that the slaughterhouse industry, and others like it, profit from animals suffering and death, and use it to sell meat.
Cruelty is not something to be proud of.”
We need to stop this abuse, and we have a responsibility to end it.
The HSI report provides a shocking picture of the conditions in which these animals are bred and slaughtered.
The report shows how the animals are fed and abused, and how their lives are exploited in the name of profit.
In the UK, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has estimated that a quarter of British farms supply meat to the UK market, and HSI has shown that many of these farms are in breach of the animal welfare laws.
HSIt found that there are around 3,600 licensed slaughterhouses in the UK.
Around 90% of the UK’s meat supply comes from farms where the slaughter of animals is conducted under strict conditions.
In addition, HSIn revealed that more than half of UK farms are run by a single company.
HSIf the slaughterhouses are not regulated, the HSI study found that it is likely that a large number of animals will be killed unnecessarily.
This is despite the fact that the UK has an Animal Welfare Act that protects animals from cruelty and abuse.
In fact, according to HSIn, the UK is ranked one of the worst countries in the world for animal welfare, according, on average, to the highest rate in the OECD.
The HSI investigation found that in many cases, animals are sent to slaughter because the meat industry is unable to pay for them.
HS In also found that the number of cattle slaughtered per day is extremely high.
HS It also found a number of animal farms where calves were sold as meat.
The animal welfare organisation said that while these problems should not be tolerated, they were unacceptable.
“We are calling on the UK Government to legislate to protect animals in these facilities and make sure the industry that is profiting from their suffering is not allowed to continue to operate,” said Jane Krahmer.
“We know that if this law is passed, there will be a backlash against this industry, which will be very difficult to stop,” she added.
“The HSIs findings also reveal that the vast majority of the slaughter animals are destined for a large, privately owned animal farm, and many of them will end up in cruel, cramped and unsanitary conditions, with little or no access to veterinary care.”
There are no numbers on the number and nature of animals that are killed but these figures have been confirmed by HSIn and other organisations.
“The HSIn study showed that many animals were sent to these slaughterhouses because they were unable to afford to buy food in the U.K., and the HSIn report found that many more animals end up at the slaughter houses because they have nowhere else to go.
The animals will often be crammed into filthy conditions and subjected to severe neglect and abuse, which has been found to be the cause of their death.
The cruelty in these slaughter houses can be devastating, with the HS In researchers noting that the animals “