...Animal Cruelty). Another form of animal cruelty, factory farming, became prevalent in the 19th century. The Industrial Revolution left many family owned farms competing with large corporations to sell product. “As factory farms became the norm, so, unfortunately did the systematic and prolonged abuse of animals raised for human consumption,” (Animal Cruelty). Hunting, which is one of the more controlled forms of animal cruelty, dates back to the very beginning of time, when man depended on wild animals for nutrition. These are just three examples of the long... ?Aaron Tate World Literature March 24, Animal Cruelty Animal cruelty is a widespread problem. While there are many organizations combating this...