Why are Americans more kind towards pets?
We SPEND more on pets than any where else...but I don't think our kindness "points" are so high...Dogs and cats are over flowing the shelters, dumped on roadsides...tiny puppies found in dumpsters...this stuff happens everyday...
We just don't happen to eat them, like they do in some countries...or have great numbers of feral packs trying to find food...(that doens't mean we don't have ANY...just not like in poorer countries)...
No, America can't pat herself on the back and say we are the kindest to animals...maybe someday.
More kind than who? I would say most countries are kind to their pets, and there are definitely some americans who mistreat their pets, the same as every other country. We're all just about equal.
I wouldnt think they are.
there are a lot of other countries that take good care of there pets. but as far as I know, america also has a very high rate of animals in shelters and pounds.
"a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated."
I do not believe that we do a good job in this country.
Everyone love their pets. They're just so cute. I love my pet dog. She is so cuty cuty and I always love to cuddle her. All countries love their pets.
I understand the Japanese have Nursing Homes for their elderly pets. We haven't made it there yet?
fizzpop12- not true.