Thank you for a reply without being demeaning.
Point 1. To kill an animal for food is different than to kill for fun. Cats are considered household pets in this country and not a food source. This constitutes a crime via animal cruelty. The site didn't even bother to have a graphic warning because it isn't required.
Point 2. I don't want to change the behavior of the rest of the world. I would just like it if things were more clear as to what content was where so parents who do not understand technology don't have to fear turning on their computer just like they don't have to fear turning on their TV.
There might be some graphic material on TV but it's limited by time and there is a guidance system in place. That would be great for the internet. If a site is PG-13, you can set a basic filter up to block it.
I use OpenDNS at the router level and block IP addresses independently. Not all parents understand how to do this.