Animals Are Not Ours to Eat
Cows, chickens, pigs, sheep, and fish have feelings, thoughts, and personalities, just as we do. Yet the meat, dairy, egg, and fishing industries treat them like machines, with cruelty that’s hard to swallow.
Humans don’t need to eat animal flesh, milk, or eggs to live. In fact, we’re healthier if we don’t! Going vegan is easy, and it’s better for our health, the environment – and our consciences.
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.
Even though foie gras production would be illegal in the UK, the diseased-liver pâté can still be found in British stores. Find out what geese and ducks go through for the vile product.
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 fishing, meat, dairy, and egg industries are responsible for killing over 1 trillion animals each year. And they’re also causing major environmental damage, posing a risk to present and future generations.