The Impact of Brutality Towards Animals on Children’s Physical & Psychological Well-Being. Watch this interview with world-renowned psychologist, Dr. Mary Lou Randour about the profound physical and psychological impacts on children.
Children in Indonesia are often subjected to the violent slaughtering of dogs in public markets. Because children begin to develop empathy as early as their first year, and very young children are able to recognize distress in others, witnessing such events can be incredibly traumatic.
“Governments should take this seriously because governments represent the values of society; so by allowing brutality towards a living creature, the government sanctions such brutality” – Dr. Mary Lou Randour
Please join the Dog Meat Free Indonesia Coalition in calling on the Indonesian Government to end the brutal dog and cat meat trades, to safeguard the health and welfare of both animals and society ..
TAKE ACTION: THREE THINGS YOU CAN DO TO HELP!
Please join us in calling on the Indonesian government to end the brutal dog and cat meat trades, to safeguard the health and welfare of both animals and society…
1- Please share this post and video to help us raise vital public awareness!
2- Please visit the Dog Meat Free Indonesia Coalition website to find out how you can make YOUR voice heard today: www.dogmeatfreeindonesia.org/take-action-options
3- Please write a polite letter to the Indonesian Embassy in your home country expressing your concerns and urging them to take action: www.embassy-worldwide.com/country/indonesia/
*The children’s identities have been disguised for their protection.