Until every cage is empty
takepart:

This pizza chain’s Easter Special advertising is appalling—just take a look at the photo.
Ugh. Who thought this was a good idea?
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takepart:

This pizza chain’s Easter Special advertising is appalling—just take a look at the photo.

Ugh. Who thought this was a good idea?

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personatapersonata:

http://www.weanimals.org/photographs.php
wonderful work by photographer Jo ann Mc Arthur,documenting the animal conditions around the world

shayneelouise:

travellingfeather:

shayneelouise:

travellingfeather:

shayneelouise:

The only regret that I have with going vegan is that I did not do it sooner.

Vegetarian for me

Unless you are planning to transition in to veganism, don’t ruin my post with your cruel lifestyle.

Um cruel? I don’t believe my comment was rude, offensive nor cruel. Last time I checked people were free to reblog other peoples posts. I respect you being a vegan and I expect the same respect.

I did not say your comment was rude, offensive or cruel. I said your lifestyle was. And no,

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***The only time I support vegetarianism is when a person is using it as a stepping stone towards veganism.

soycrates:

auctor1881:

soycrates:

Eggs.
Also check out this undercover investigation for a further look into this practice.
Go vegan today!

No need to. Just buy organic eggs. Available in every supermarket.

"Organic" only means that it has been produced without any hormones or additives. An "organic" chicken does not have to be treated better than a "non-organic" chicken in ANY respect.
For more information check out “The Organic Myth" and "The Free Range Myth”
Some people believe that organic is better for your health, and it’s quite arguably better for the environment, but again, “organic” has absolutely nothing to do with the treatment of an animal except for whether or not it has been fed organic feed and by some countries’ standards, organic hens are not allowed to be in cages. They are still allowed to be in holding pens the same size or cramped barns.
Also, all male chicks are killed, regardless of what happens to the females. This is a necessity of the egg industry. Even if you want to believe that egg-laying hens are treated perfectly, you can provide no logical solution for the males.
I’m curious as to how an organic farm would somehow treat the killing of male chicks differently. 

soycrates:

auctor1881:

soycrates:

Eggs.

Also check out this undercover investigation for a further look into this practice.

Go vegan today!

No need to. Just buy organic eggs. Available in every supermarket.

"Organic" only means that it has been produced without any hormones or additives. An "organic" chicken does not have to be treated better than a "non-organic" chicken in ANY respect.

For more information check out “The Organic Myth" and "The Free Range Myth

Some people believe that organic is better for your health, and it’s quite arguably better for the environment, but again, “organic” has absolutely nothing to do with the treatment of an animal except for whether or not it has been fed organic feed and by some countries’ standards, organic hens are not allowed to be in cages. They are still allowed to be in holding pens the same size or cramped barns.

Also, all male chicks are killed, regardless of what happens to the females. This is a necessity of the egg industry. Even if you want to believe that egg-laying hens are treated perfectly, you can provide no logical solution for the males.

I’m curious as to how an organic farm would somehow treat the killing of male chicks differently. 

cocoa-shine:

it’s sad that many people forget we’ve all been the same in the beginning

cocoa-shine:

it’s sad that many people forget we’ve all been the same in the beginning

e-babe:

Blackfish

lilyandtherabbit:

Animal Adoption posters I drew for my local animal shelter! Adopt!! 

jotter-journal:

I never knew :(
UDDER FLAMING/SINGEINGOne of the torturous practices “dairy” cows are forced to endure for humans’ taste buds is udder and belly hair removal. Dairy farmers claim that hair removal is a vital process to improve udder cleanliness and reduce bacteria and that udder flaming/singeing is a “humane” way to accomplish this. Udder singeing is further described as a way to remove hair “quickly and painlessly, using a 6” cool flame, eliminating the need to clip udders manually.”* The cows in UDDER SINGE demonstration video appear to disagree with the claim that it is painless: www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0LzliJzoXsWhile some dairy farmers flame the udders when they are full of milk, some flame them after the cows have been milked.*www.animart.com/uddersinge● The truth about the dairy industry (including organic): www.humanemyth.org/happycows.htm● The truth about the goat dairy industry (including organic): http://tinyurl.com/copkql3● YOUR GUIDE to VEGANISM:www.tinyurl.com/d4spyjd
 
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jotter-journal:

I never knew :(

UDDER FLAMING/SINGEING

One of the torturous practices “dairy” cows are forced to endure for humans’ taste buds is udder and belly hair removal. Dairy farmers claim that hair removal is a vital process to improve udder cleanliness and reduce bacteria and that udder flaming/singeing is a “humane” way to accomplish this. Udder singeing is further described as a way to remove hair “quickly and painlessly, using a 6” cool flame, eliminating the need to clip udders manually.”* The cows in UDDER SINGE demonstration video appear to disagree with the claim that it is painless: www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0LzliJzoXs

While some dairy farmers flame the udders when they are full of milk, some flame them after the cows have been milked.

*www.animart.com/uddersinge

● The truth about the dairy industry (including organic): www.humanemyth.org/happycows.htm
● The truth about the goat dairy industry (including organic): http://tinyurl.com/copkql3
● YOUR GUIDE to VEGANISM:www.tinyurl.com/d4spyjd

 


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