Animals Are Not Ours to Eat
Farmed animals have feelings, thoughts and personalities, just as we do, yet the livestock industry treats them like machines, with cruelty that’s hard to swallow.
Humans don’t need to eat animals to live – in fact, we’re healthier if we don’t! Time and time again, it’s been demonstrated that a plant-based diet is better for us and for the environment – and for our consciences.
Learn more about the suffering of animals raised for food and why going vegan is the only compassionate choice.
The meat industry is by far the biggest killer of animals around the world, and subjects billions of pigs, cows, chickens, sheep and other animals to relentless cruelty.
Cows and other animals raised to produce milk and cheese endure a lifetime of cruel treatment on crowded factory farms.
Fish and Sea Animals
Billions of fish are killed every year for food, either stolen from the sea or confined on squalid factory farms.
In the cruel egg industry, millions of hens spend their entire lives in cramped cages, never able to stretch their wings or feel the sun on their backs.
Meat and the Environment
The meat industry is a major contributor to climate change and greenhouse gas emissions, causes pollution and deforestation, wastes precious water resources, and kills billions of animals a year.