Humans don’t always treat other animals too well, and they most certainly don’t always treat other humans too well.
But consider, if you saw an anomaly in another animal that rarely would you judge it and damn it to hell. You may think the animal is filthy, you may think they’re ugly, but you wouldn’t judge it as harshly as you would if it was a human. You’d just say that he or she is ‘one of a kind’ he or she is a ‘rarity’ in this species. But you won’t necessarily afford the same acceptance to another human with a similar or the same anomaly.
Ponder that for a moment.
It’s not just other non-human animals that you can learn from, you can also learn from how you treat animals.
There is a reason psychopaths commonly abuse animals. The care for no living thing on this planet, human or otherwise.
In religion you haven’t found modesty, you’ve found a pedestal.