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mercredi 27 janvier 2016

ANIMAUX DE FERME A L' ABRI... QUELQUES CHANCEUX..


 How to eat vegetarian to prevent animal cruelty on factory farms, including cows.

Dylan

Dylan is a lovable, easygoing guy. He enjoys soaking up the sun, chomping down on carrots, and hanging out with his friends.

But life wasn’t always great for this gentle giant. Born on a dairy farm, Dylan was dragged away from his mom after just one day to be sold for veal. He was found tied to a post, lying in his own feces, when a compassionate couple arranged his rescue.

On a veal farm, Dylan would have been chained by his neck in a tiny crate barely larger than his body before being sent to slaughter at only 16 weeks old.

Dairy cows, like Dylan’s mother, also live miserable lives. Like all mammals, cows produce milk for their babies. In order to keep producing milk, they are artificially and repeatedly impregnated. They are kept in tiny stalls and have hardly any room to move around. After about four years, they are sold to slaughter.
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