These interactive animal cruelty maps provide a visual representation of the amount and location of animal cruelty incidents across the United States. This is a work in progress and is intended for demonstration and information purposes only. The numbers next to each state indicate the percentage of cases that have been successfully mapped within that state.

Exact addresses are not displayed, but they are usually within a block number or two of the map marker. We only map the location of where the incident ocurred, not the location of alleged abusers.

  • Alabama (100%)
  • Alaska (100%)
  • Arizona (100%)
  • Arkansas (100%)
  • California (100%)
  • Colorado (100%)
  • Connecticut (100%)
  • Delaware (100%)
  • Florida (100%)
  • Georgia (100%)
  • Hawaii (98.2%)
  • Idaho (99%)
  • Illinois (100%)
  • Indiana (100%)
  • Iowa (100%)
  • Kansas (100%)
  • Kentucky (100%)
  • Louisiana (100%)
  • Maine (100%)
  • Maryland (100%)
  • Massachusetts (100%)
  • Michigan (100%)
  • Minnesota (100%)
  • Mississippi (100%)
  • Missouri (100%)
  • Montana (100%)
  • Nebraska (100%)
  • Nevada (100%)
  • New Hampshire (100%)
  • New Jersey (100%)
  • New Mexico (99.5%)
  • New York (100%)
  • North Carolina (100%)
  • North Dakota (100%)
  • Ohio (100%)
  • Oklahoma (100%)
  • Oregon (99.2%)
  • Pennsylvania (100%)
  • Rhode Island (100%)
  • South Carolina (100%)
  • South Dakota (100%)
  • Tennessee (100%)
  • Texas (100%)
  • Utah (100%)
  • Vermont (100%)
  • Virginia (100%)
  • Washington (100%)
  • West Virgnia (100%)
  • Wisconsin (100%)
  • Wyoming (100%)
  • Please note: These maps are not all-inclusive and should not be considered a replacement for the animal cruelty database search or animal abuser name search. Please see the map notes page for additional information and limitations.

    We welcome your questions and comments! If you are currently using the interactive animal cruelty maps in your education programs, legislative efforts, or any other program, please take a moment to tell us what you think by e-mailing us at info@pet-abuse.com.