Why love one but eat the other?

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A Mercy for Animals advertisement poster featuring an image of an adorable puppy and lovable piglet sitting side-by-side.

The poster and associated ad campaign spotlights the simple reality that farmed animals experience joy, loneliness, fear, frustration, and pain in the very same way as our beloved dog and cat companions.

Yet, in factory farms and slaughterhouses pigs, cows, and chickens are confined in cages so small they can hardly move, are mutilated without painkillers, cruelty handled, and mercilessly slaughtered – often while fully conscious.

In fact, factory farms could face felony-level cruelty-to-animal charges in most states if they subjected dogs or cats to the abusive conditions farmed animals endure daily.



One Response to Why love one but eat the other?

  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Vegan Future and Jean ૐⓋૐ Smith, kryz warzecha . kryz warzecha said: RT @veganfuture: Why love one but eat the other? http://dld.bz/Hdv9 All animals can feel joy, loneliness, fear, and pain […]

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