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Animals Don't Have a Voice, We Do
Transcript of Animals Don't Have a Voice, We Do
The story behind slaughter houses
Undercover at Smithfield Foods
The De-horning of cows
I am a kid who loves animals, they are the heart and soul of me, and they are precious and dear to me. That is why I got my family and I to go vegetarian. It is a healthy life style and it's mostly animal cruelty free. There are so many websites, people, and facilities that are helpful in learning about animal cruelty and, there are SO many things that are vegetarian and delicious! There are lots of websites where you can find vegetarian and vegan recipes. (Suggestions on left) You can even be vegetarian-inclined or a "flexitarian". It's not being completely meat-free but the amount of meat is greatly reduced. It is still a good way to make cruelty-free choices without having to give up animal products completely. "The just-released “Vegetarianism in America” study, published by Vegetarian Times (vegetariantimes.com), shows that 3.2 percent of U.S. adults, or 7.3 million people, follow a vegetarian-based diet. Approximately 0.5 percent, or 1 million, of those are vegans, who consume no animal products at all. In addition, 10 percent of U.S., adults, or 22.8 million people, say they largely follow a vegetarian-inclined diet.” http://www.vegetariantimes.com/article/vegetarianism-in-america/
Cooking With The Vegan Zombie
Visit these websites! You can find vegan and vegetarian recipes!
The Plastic Ring Affect
Cut Plastic rings found on soda cans and bottles! It creates death or suffacation to animals of all kind.
Chickens beaks and toes are seared off with no pain killers.
Chickens are put in tiny cages where they can't even lift a wing
Help stop Chicken de-beaking, de-toeing, cow de-horning, and pig de-tailing and teeth cutting
Fish are caught and killed in nets. Accidental catches are tossed off the boat. Squid that are accidental catches are cut up and tossed off the boat. The problem? The pieces create more squid therefor more and more squid get killed and it becomes a big problem for fishermen.
A vegetarian is someone that doesn't eat meat. A vegan is someone that doesn't eat meat or dairy.
My name is Katie, and this is my story.... I am an animal lover, animals are my passion. One day I decided that when I grew up I wanted to be a baker, well, then I realized that that's not exactly the direction I wanted to take.
I learned all about these kids my age raising thousands of dollars for charity and I wanted to too! I was still thinking about what I wanted to do until I came up with a plan! Well, I love animals, and my original plan was to bake so I thought, I could make dog treats! Another thing that got me thinking about this was that I have 3 rescue pets in my home. I learned about the difference between rescuing a pet or getting it from a breeder and I also learned about puppy mills and kitty mills. Then finally I learned all about ANIMAL CRUELTY. So, I got my family and I to go vegetarian. I really didn't want to wait, so I decided, I could start my own business right now! It is called Pawsitively Amazing Vegan Pet Treats. I sell my pet treats and give all the proceeds to animal shelters in the community. I have been able to raise $5,800 in the last year most of it coming from my auctioned gift baskets at Wayside Waif's 2014 Fur Ball! Now my next goal is to raise $7,500 dollars and give it to animal shelters in the community with my business. But then my passion for animals grew, I decided to become a veterinarian as well, so now I am volunteering with a vet at an animal shelter. I love volunteering at animals shelters and I love learning from a vet.
These pictures and videos you are about to see will show you the importance in being vegetarian or vegan.
Animals Don't Have a Voice, We Do