Reporting animal abuse cases to AnimalJLA will result in REAL accountability. The Animal Justice League of America is making their presence heard and are becoming a force to be reckoned with in the fight against animal abuse and cruelty. Animal abuse laws differ from state to state as well as among local jurisdictions. This is one of the challenges that law enforcement faces when it comes to animal cruelty charges.

There are only two Federal animal cruelty laws and those have just come about in the last 10 years. They are both enforced through the Commerce Clause of the Constitution. One law deals with the sale and distributions of videos and other recordings that depict animal abuse. The other deals with organized animal fighting only when it involves multiple states. Beyond these two regulations each state is allowed to set their own laws against animal abuse. The states also give individual municipalities the ability to set their own animal abuse regulations, none of which have serious consequences for offenders. Most still view animals as agriculture or property instead of living beings that deserve the decency of not being tortured and abused.
The Animal Justice League of America is out to make REAL changes and create REAL accountability for those who abuse animals. AJLA is making their presence known on Facebook as well as through their website where people can go report animal abuse cases and the group of dedicated volunteers with AnimalJLA can see to it that abusers will be held accountable for their actions.

AniamlJLA is also committed to making sure that current animal cruelty laws are enforced as well as strengthened to put an end to animal suffering and abuse. However, none of this is possible if people don’t speak up. You have to be brave if you want to create change and speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves. Making the report of abuse of cruelty to the AnimalJLA website is the first step in making the change. Please, do your part in making a difference and don’t let animal cruelty go unreported.