The merit of the preceding statement might be verified in terms of a carefully lead investigation on the issue in two countries United States of America and Saudi Arabia.
Umm Abdullah a die-hard animal lover and a Saudi national, expresses her experience with great regret. She saw a group of kittens dying bereft of food on a roof after they have lost their mother from poisoning. She made a call to the civil defence and asked to get them down with a ladder only to get refused and advised to call the municipality for further help. Adding to her agony the municipality told her that they would get them down only when they are dead. The inhuman nature of some of the residents of the same locality gets highlighted when she refers to a local man who is responsible for the death of the kitten’s mother. Umm Abdullah also blames the waste management strategy of the municipality that has boosted the population of such stray felines. Lana Dunn a veterinarian expressed severe regret on the repeated violation of animal rights in Saudi Arabia. According to her, lack of education among the population, negligence of the government and lack of a central authority catering and monitoring the interest of the animals are the main causes that have put the country into a bleak state regarding animal right and protection. She refers to a particular incident regarding iguanas sold in a pet shop ““He told me to give it only water since iguanas don’t eat, and he also said that iguanas don’t live for more than a few months”… This is awful. Not only are they starving the iguanas to death but they’re telling buyers to treat them same way.” (Lakkdawala) Naeem an animal lover states that fate of exotic animals like cheetah is no exception as they soon gets thrown on the road all caged after the responsibilities involved with the possession get revealed to the owner. The same happens to be true for other exotic animals like “vultures, porcupines, monkeys, and baby