This advertisement depicts animals who have been mistreated by their past owners and gives viewers the opportunity to donate money and help these animals who are in need. This particular ad engages with human cruelty to animals because it does not support the cruelty that is going on in some households. It is designed to make the viewer feel emotional and then make them want to donate and help out. I feel that this is the opposite of the novel, Black Beauty by Anna Sewell that we read in class. In this novel animal cruelty is shown through how the horse “Black Beauty” is treated and cared for throughout the novel. The process of “breaking in” a horse is where we see the first sign of cruelty towards horses. Breaking a horse in prohibits them from jumping and laying down. They have to fully submit to their owners control and have no free will. The horse in sold from person to person without any background checks or interviews being done to see if these homes would be safe for him to live in. Although I feel that Sewell does not fully support the cruel treatment of the horses, she is also not doing much to discuss how bad it is to treat them this way and how it can be stopped. The advertisement I provide below is showing examples of animals that have been treated cruelly and then it provides an opportunity for us to reach out and help them.