Spot a difference!
Aha, got it! There are dogs in the first picture and meat-animals in others, easy.
Not to everyone. Every day people kill innocent beings, while at the same time they (think they) are:
- Against animal cruelty and violence whatsoever
- Support freedom
- Hate injustice
You supporting violence. You are against freedom.
You are the injustice.
Stop being hypocrite.
Chickens, domestic pigs, and cows would not exist as they do today if they had not been bred over generations for the purpose of food, just as dogs as they exist today would not exist if it had not been for millennia of breeding for companionship and other desirable traits. I often wonder what vegans propose we do with all these animals that need human care to survive, and in the case of the food animals, would devastate the environment if allowed to breed out of control…
The first question we have to ask is: does anyone think the general population is going to go entirely vegan overnight? No? Changing an entire population takes time? OK, so we don’t ever really need to begin to address what we would do with ALL these animals because as we see the rates of meat/dairy/egg consumption decline, supply and demand will dictate less and less animals are born and bred. So by the time we reach a vegan world there will be a much smaller population of these animals to deal with.
But lets talk about the over-breeding of these animals and the environmentally destruction it would cause. We don’t even need to think about some never-gonna-happen hypothetical situation because we have already created such a huge population of pigs, chickens, turkeys and cows that we are already devastating our environment. Animal agriculture is one of the biggest environmental disasters of our time with immense contributions to water and air pollution as well as plant species going extinct and deforestation. That doesn’t even touch the horrible shit we are doing to the oceans with our fishing practices.