The graph below demonstrates the most common abuse classifications in cases where a cat or dog was offleash or unconfined, and the suspect claimed to be retaliating against the animals' bad behavior. (One example of this would be a dog that was shot for digging up the neighbor's garden.) The graph is automatically generated by the database, so it provides real-time statistical data. (If you are on a slower connection, please be patient while the graph is generated.)
Conditions for Use in Other Publications
These graphs may be used freely for your websites, reports, publications, etc. as long as the following conditions are met:
- You must always include a credit to Pet-Abuse.Com and the AARDAS project with each instance of the graphs
- If there is an additional note or disclaimer included with the graph, you must include the disclaimer or note with the graph. (The disclaimers are intended to further explain the data presented. Without the additional information they provide, the data could be misunderstood.)
- If you use these graphs on a website, please do NOT link directly to the graphs themselves. Instead, download the graph to your hard drive and upload them to your own webserver.