Greyhound Racing: Running for their lives
Racing greyhounds is another cruel sport which exists merely for human amusement. During their whole racing career, greyhounds are kept in a tiny 3 feet x 3 feet crate for about 22 hours daily, except on the days they race. The dogs are also starved before the race begins; the hope is that the dogs will run for its food faster to satisfy their hunger. Tens of thousands of greyhounds are bred just for racing; unfortunately, many don't make the cut and are disposed off in unimaginable ways. When their racing career ends, several greyhounds meet the same fate as those that didn't make the cut; they are starved to death, bludgeoned, shot, electrocuted, or dropped off for research.