Factory Farming Animal Abuse – 10 Cons, Zero Pros

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Factory Farming Animal Abuse

If you have ever had a household pet then I am confident that you have related to that animal on a deeper level then just animal to human.  There is a bond there.  Your spirit can feel it, It needs no explanation.  This should be easy to understand why factory farming animal abuse needs to stop.  There are too many unethical practices that happen on these farms.  We have to be more educated on what is really happening.  It is our duty to spread the word so that more people are aware of the ugly truths these animals have to go through.

That way, we can seriously impact factory farming and bring about a better change for these animals.  We have to channel our inner household pet connection.  There really is no difference between the animals people eat and the animals we have as pets.  So please, open up your heart and clear your mind.  Watch this video below and let us know if this is something that should be allowed and continued to happen.


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Hello I'm Eric and I am striving to educate people about plant based diets. I enjoy bowling, gardening and nature in my free time. Marilyn and I hope you find our site helpful in learning about a proper Vegan diet.


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  1. This is a perfect post and video to open peoples eyes about factory farming. Awesome job on the video! It’s just simply amazing the things people don’t know or don’t care to know.  

    I just have to post this on my Facebook page. I can not do it justice here. Everyone must see this and I sure hope they do. 

    Thank you!

    • Thank you Russ.  It is important to educate everyone on what is really happening on these factory farms.  Thanks for the comment and share.

  2. Hi Eric,

    I became vegan for ethical reasons, because I could no longer support those cruel practices in animal factory farming. I was horrified by it. In my case, I didn’t find out in videos, I found out for real. My bus to work drove past a slaughterhouse every day and I could see what was going on in there, nothing was hidden … Every day I cried for the suffering of those animals, and even though this is over 20 years ago, I still remember their screams, their terror, scurrying for safety, and some individual animals that were truly fighting to stay alive. They are engraved in my spirit forever. They guided me on the vegan path. 

    I hope that more people will wake up to the cruelties of animal factory farming. There is a sort of hypocrisy in allowing immeasurable cruelties to be committed to cows, pigs, sheep, chickens, turkeys, and other animals, but getting all upset when a dog or cat is abused. People are shocked at dog and cat slaughter in Asia when much worse is done here to our factory animals … We need to be fair. How can we have compassion for some animals, but not for others? I love dogs and cats, but I also love cows and pigs and other animals. Compassion should have no limits or hipocrisy.

    It’s a good thing that more and more people are being made aware of the cruelties of animal factory farming and also of the health threats that a meat diet is causing.

    Thank you for posting this, it’s important to share.

    • You are absolutely right.  We need to be fair. Animals are animals.  No matter if they are a cat or a pig.  We should treat them with respect.  Thank you for the comment Christine.  It must have been really hard to witness all of those animals in the slaughterhouse.  I can’t believe the bus route was on that road.

  3. Hi Eric. This is interesting. I eat meat but trying to eat less of it. To be honest I’m thinking more of myself than the animals. Not knowing what hormones etc they pump the animals these days puts me off. I try to get free range meat if possible. I switched from cow’s milk to oat milk and it didn’t take long to get used to. Talking of pets, what do feed them? Can they really have a plant based diet too?

    • Thanks for the comment James.  I am not sure if animals can survive on a plant based diet.  I know some do but for others they might not be able to do that.  I think it would be worth looking into.  

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