Are animals abused?

Some animals don't necessarily die, but are severely abused. Are there graphic details about animals being beaten, bloodied, skinned alive, trapped in cages, starved, or neglected?
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Movie • 2017 Report
Yes
64
No
4
3
DoesTheEddieDie
There's a scene where an antagonist is trying to shoot a cat. many sheep are killed.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
60
No
9
4
MaddyZ
Rabbits are eaten and are cloned.
Movie • 2014 Report
Yes
48
No
2
0
JohnCena
The dog is kicked before it is killed.
TV Show • 2011 Report
Yes
41
No
1
7
embromator
A rat is placed into a pan against someones belly and heat is applied to the pan. Also, some dogs are left in starvation, but they later eat their owner, which is nice.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
39
No
1
2
Anonymous
Chucky strangles cat
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
35
No
12
5
carlieelise
We only hear a cows distressed moo. We do not actually see or hear anything more.
Netflix • 2019 Report
Yes
33
No
7
8
JamesAnderson
Before the rats explode, they are seen and heard in extreme pain and writhing around.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
30
No
4
5
InformaDog
The dog is punched. Also a rat is left on a trap, crying out.
TV Show Report
Yes
28
No
0
1
hyperandrogenism
Animals are intentionally killed throughout the series.
Netflix • 2019 Report
Yes
24
No
1
6
hailreed
Graphic description of animal abuse
Yes
24
No
0
1
RidleyMathers
The baby mouse that Maritza was forced to eat
Movie Report
Yes
24
No
3
3
TristanWright
One of the dog's lives shows animal neglect.
Anime • 2012 Report
Yes
23
No
0
4
MoonwalkMonster
In like the first 15 minutes
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
23
No
1
3
Heretohelp
Chickens. You don’t see the deaths but you can hear it. Bloody aftermath with carcasses is shown.
Netflix • 2019 Report
Yes
22
No
0
3
AidenPieden
It's what I believe to be a mouse is burned in a furnace, you don't see anything graphic and there is fair warning when it happens
Movie • 2018 Report
Yes
21
No
1
6
MMM
A character attempts to harm budgies by sticking them in the fridge (unsuccessful) starts at 1:17:15 ends 1:18:32. Is in the middle of a plot important scene but you should be able to figure out what's happening through context.
Video Game • 2009 Report
Yes
21
No
8
5
Snailcorn
You can hit/kill animals but there is no abuse that you can't control
Anime • 2009 Report
Yes
21
No
0
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
20
No
6
3
fiishbowl
Yes, but it is not shown on screen.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
18
No
0
2
patriceescalle
Just the one scene, about 1/3 of the way in to the movie. No torture or anything too gruesome, but a rabbit has its neck snapped. The rabbit is only onscreen a few minutes so as soon as you see the rabbit step out/look away for 4-5 minutes.
Netflix Report
Yes
18
No
2
0
series_of_unfortunate_events
Most characters are anthropomorphized animals, and some face abuse at the hands of other animals.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
18
No
0
Yes
18
No
0
Video Game • 2015 Report
Yes
17
No
0
1
Colt
You can choose to shoot a gun at an animal, and later to throw a rock at a bird.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
15
No
9
3
MaxineImogene
No, but some Pokemon are briefly depicted fighting, and one Pokemon has a prominent battle scar.
TV Show • 2019 Report
Yes
15
No
2
2
Sensitivesoul
A mouse is slowly fed into a grinder alive in episode 7 part 2
Yes
15
No
1
0
Lostsoullover
season one- a dog is kicked season three- a different dog is crushed season four- a dog is bitten by a human, a turtle is thrown at a wall, a cat is killed in an accident Jojo is not really for dog lovers as Araki- jojo's writer- has trauma around a dog bite when he was a child
Movie • 1980 Report
Yes
15
No
0
3
OuchMyEyes
The following animals are killed on-screen: a coati (mistaken for a muskrat), a large turtle, a tarantula, a boa constrictor, a squirrel monkey, and a pig. The BBFC called these kills "quick," but the turtle's death is fairly slow.
Movie • 2018 Report
Yes
14
No
0
1
juno
Emma Stone's character attempts to squash a bunny under her shoe, does not kill the rabbit however. there is an awful squealing emitted from the bunny which is disturbing.
Yes
13
No
1
1
Eleen
Book 2 episode 16 has depictions of animal abuse. There's no blood or gore but the animal is, however, treated in a cruel way (not by any of the main characters, fyi).