FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

By Susan Donaldson, B.A. (Hons), Animal Campaigner

Below are the FAQ's, or most frequently asked questions. You may also find it helpful to go to the sitemap, as an easy way to find information you are looking for. Even easier is to use the search function the site has.


Q1). If you have seen animals / an animal that you think is being neglected / abused / kept in bad conditions / treated cruelly – what should you do?

In a case like this, the best thing to do is get the address of where the animal in question is, then find out which animal welfare/rights/rescue organisations cover that area, by searching on a search engine (preferably a charity search engine).

IF THERE IS NO DANGER POSED TO YOU by taking photographs / video as evidence, also do this.

Contact the local animal charity or organisation covering the area, with the information you have. Keep contacting them for updates, and to make sure they have been out to see the animal.

If you can, keep an eye on the animal yourself, to check their health is not deteriorating. If you feel the organisation you contacted is not interested, contact animal rights organisations in your area.

Q2). I am doing a school/college project/paper about animal cruelty, and how to help stop it. Can you help?

For easy access to all the pages on this website, to help you easily find all the information that might help you, please have a look at the Sitemap.

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Q3).  What is the best thing to do if I see animal cruelty being promoted online, such as in the form of pictures or videos?

 It is best not to ask the website to take down the evidence, as then it is lost and nobody can be held responsible without evidence. Instead, it is best to follow the instructions on this page.

Q4). How do I donate to help this site?

We are thrilled when people tell us that they appreciate all the research and work we have done in putting this site together.

Although we have done it simply in the hope that more people will find out how they can help animals, some people wish to help keep us online by making a small donation to help with the running costs.

The adverts on the site only earn pennies – if that – per day, so they get nowhere near to covering the costs that having this website online incurs. If you are looking for where to donate, our PayPal address is [email protected].

So, PayPal does not take a third of your donation as a fee, we would be grateful if you would select the “Friends and Family” option instead of “Goods and Services”. Depending on which device you are using, it may instead have a “Payment Protection” box that you need to untick.

We are deeply thankful to you for your generosity, as it allows us to keep this important information, about the many ways there are to help animals, online.

Q5). If your questions are not answered on this page…

First try the sitemap, and also the search option, as a way to find the information you want, If you can’t find it, you may wish to try coming to our Facebook page.

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