“The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated”.
Turtles, dolphins, seals.
Storks, eagles, parrots, ostriches, pelicans, herons, shoebills, ibises, flamingoes.
Elephants, giraffes, hippopotami, rhinos, gorillas, mandrills, lions, hyenas, antelopes, monkeys.
Pythons, chameleons, crocodiles, vipers, mambas, termites, grasshoppers, caterpillars, locust, beetles.
Some stray cats and dogs and even goats wandering around especially in the poor neighborhoods. Dogs are commonly chained to posts in people's backyards. You may see cows and pigs being driven in open trucks to slaughterhouses. Sheep and goats are herded to the market to the markets and commonly sold alive or killed on the spot.
Malnourished cats and dogs can be seen in some areas of the countryside. Farmed animals such as goats, cows, sheep and chicken are commonly left to wander in the areas near the house. Donkeys, bulls and horses are put to work long hours in bad conditions to carry supplies and farm the land.
Illegal wildlife trading and poaching are common affair in Cameroon. Hunting is a way of survival for some villagers in the more rural areas of the county. Only rarest animals are protected by the the wildlife law of the country.
No laws against animal fights, but very uncommon.
We have not included the treatment of animals in the meat/fur/leather industries, zoos or circuses, animal testing as it is unfortunately still happens in most countries.