Our Goals: To increase public awareness of the animal cruelty/human violence connection To encourage everyone to take animal cruelty seriously To provide a database enabling animal adoption agencies to research potential adopters for possible prior a... Read more
To increase public awareness of the animal cruelty/human violence connection
To encourage everyone to take animal cruelty seriously
To provide a database enabling animal adoption agencies to research potential adopters for possible prior abuse history within and across state and national lines (AARDAS)
To monitor and review reports of animal cruelty from across the country.
To assist legislators and activists in communities throughout the United States as they seek to enact and strengthen anti-cruelty laws.
To promote the standardization of animal-cruelty reporting and tracking.
To educate and train people regarding the connection between animal cruelty and violence in society.
To provide real-time information for use in research for the general public
To provide the technical tools and networking to allow animal agencies across the globe to be able to share information and enter their cases in one unified global database, and to pro-actively encourage and support those agencies to use the tools available to them.
To collect data through user-feedback which can be used to determine the public's views on local laws and sentencing for animal abusers
To provide the Humane Society, the ASPCA, and other organizations with real-time data to do sophisticated comparisons and reporting such as: determining areas of the country that need more preventative measures such as education, determining age groups that are the highest risk
To provide helpful materials and resources for shelters so that they can create their own community education programs
To promote a loving and responsible relationship between humans and animals
Pet-Abuse.Com maintains the largest searchable database of criminal animal cruelty online. Our resources help humane societies, humane law enforcement, animal welfare agencies and animal advocates across the country.