Look at these two y'all 😍 our save the bees shirts designed by @iconeo turned out great, if you're interested in this design or would like to see the others we have click the link in my bio or head to @veganveins ❤️
Chester is perfect...with his pink wet nose, lower lip overlapping the top lip, his long eye lashes, his beautiful eyes, his innocence... he is perfect... just like your dog or your cat.... cows, pigs, chickens, turkeys..., deserve the same respect and the same laws that protect our life companions, we ALL deserve to live in peace
There are millions of babies like Chester, none of them deserve to die , their mothers don't deserve to get their motherhood stolen
Why can we all be KIND?
Take animals and animal products off your plate. You have the power to change the World ❤ ! !
Please support 👉👉@boochaces👈👈 rescue mission Rancho Relaxo in New Jersey USA so that they can continue saving lives and babies like Chester can live a life away from harm
Date night with my lover. Off to see Father John Misty tonight 😍 compliments of @incogneato_vegan
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Rekash Sinanin a compassionate vegan was shaken after rescuing a pig that jumped off a truck en route to slaughter in #SouthAfrica.-
The raw footage was captured after Rekash stopped his car in the middle of traffic after the pig jumped from the truck and was literally running for her life. 💔🐖💔 -
It was difficult for Sinanin, who said he was “at the right place at the right time,” to capture the “terrified” and “thirsty” pig. (Swipe Left for Part 2)
READ MORE: 🌍👉www.WorldAnimalNews.com @worldanimalnews@peace_4animals
Last week, a federal appeals court reinstated California’s 2004 ban on the sale of foie gras. The law was overturned in 2015 after foie gras producers spotted a loophole, and a district judge ruled that the state ban illegally interfered with federal law. But this past Friday, a panel of three judges ruled unanimously that the 2015 decision was wrong. This is an enormous victory for ducks and geese, who suffer extreme cruelty in this abusive industry. In the production of foie gras, these sensitive birds are force-fed vast quantities of nutritionally incomplete gruel almost to the point of death, resulting in their livers becoming grossly enlarged. Monet and Matisse ducks are inseparable best friends who were rescued together from foie gras production. When they came to us in 2012, they were absolutely terrified of humans, and for good reason. Gradually, though, they moved beyond their traumatic pasts and learned to simply love life and enjoy their surroundings. At Farm Sanctuary, they eat nutritious food and have room to explore, a pond to swim in, flockmates to bond with, a cozy barn where they’re safely tucked in every night, and human friends who love them and treat them with care and compassion. They show us what every duck and goose in the foie gras industry could experience if only given the chance, and they give us hope for a future where humankind is kinder to all beings. Last week’s important ruling will not be the end of the fight against foie gras, but it is an important victory, and one that all farm animal advocates should savor! #FriendsNotFood
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