to those who insist on adding this to Complete Monsters, learn that your personal belief is NOT always reality (amazing to think, on the internet of all places) - a lot of animal abuse is down to ignorance rather than the Complete Monster's outright malevolence, the most extreme examples ARE Complete Monsters but so are extreme examples of Bullying.. minor animal abuse, much like "minor" bullying, is not committed by Complete Monsters.. in fact many stupid / obnoxious characters commit animal abuse because they are just that (stupid/obnoxious) but regret it later on or get what they deserve (Disney's Ringmaster is a prime example of an animal-abuser who is not a Complete Monster, just a very ignorant individual) Joecoolio (talk) 17:31, December 11, 2012 (UTC)

Animals that are against other animals shouldn't count in this category. It should only include human villains who are abusive toward animals.

Spoilerz (talk) 11:47, May 13, 2013 (UTC)Spoilerz

What "another species" means?

Villains, who belong to this category, "abusively treat another species". What exactly "another species" means? For example, can I count vampires who maltreat werewolves (stupid combination, but it isn't important) here? Although they aren't animals, they ARE two different species, so vampires actually "abusively treat another species". Well, can I then add these vampires to this category? Terry12fins24 (talk) 18:19, December 20, 2013 (UTC)

Anthromorphs being cruel to "normal" animals

Even though animals being cruel to other animals doesn't count, should anthro animals who are cruel to normal/realistic animals be included? After all, anthro animals are basically "human" in every way except their appearance and sometimes some species stereotypes. BrutalBear98 (talk) 06:20, March 25, 2019 (UTC)

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