"Fighting for what is right" is usually the reason why people display protests on the streets when they feel that their rights as a human are being violated. But how does an animal display their protests when their rights are being violated. They do not, which is why humans abuse animals because they do not have the ability to speak for themselves, like us. This is the reason why animal rights charities have been founded, to serve as the voice of animals worldwide. There are a lot of animal rights charities in our world that devotes themselves for the protection of animals worldwide. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals or the ASPCA is the perfect example of animal rights charities that is dedicated in their work to protect and to preserve their rights as animals and a living being. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals or the ASPCA is among the many animal rights charities dedicated to preventing cruelty to animals. It was founded by Henry Bergh on April 10, 1866, in New York City. The ASPCA are animal rights charities welfare organization in the United States. Their mission is "to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States." The ASPCA is one of the many animal rights charities that work primarily with companion animal issues, such as pet care, equine or horse cruelty issues, and animal cruelty and neglect. Their programs and services include: a national poison control hotline for pet owners and animal health professionals; a shelter outreach program to promote best practices within locally-owned shelters, a corporate partner program to promote animal-friendly products and services, and a special anti-cruelty initiative to teach animal welfare education and animal welfare law enforcement practices across the United States. The ASPCA is only one of the many animal rights charities that serve as the voice of animals, as the shield to protect them against any harm inflicted by humans and to preserve their rights as a living being.