~ The truth is extreme. To make it moderate is to lie ~ I never saw you, but I know you. I never touched you, but I feel you. I never met you, but I miss you. I know you're gone, but I won't forget you. I couldn't save you, but I fought for you. I am an Animal Defender and always will be...
A shocking undercover investigation by Mercy For Animals exposes routine and sadistic animal abuse at a Tyson factory farm that supplies pork to Walmart. Workers kick, punch, throw and gouge the eyes of mother pigs and piglets.
The nation’s largest meat producer says it has terminated its contract with an Oklahoma farm after NBC News showed the company undercover video of workers on the farm kicking, hitting and throwing pigs and slamming piglets into the ground.
Patrice H.'s insight:
This factory farm is hell on Earth for pigs,” said Nathan Runkle, executive director of Mercy for Animals. “Tyson has allowed a culture of cruelty and neglect to fester at this factory farm facility. This is some of the most sadistic and malicious cruelty to animals I have ever witnessed.”
Translation of Korean TV Program – Young-Don Lee Producer’s Food X-File : Scene of meat dog auction trade secretly taking place in the wood! -Channel A 8/4/2013 Scene of meat dog auction trade secretly taking place in the wood!
PETA Asia's investigation into Chinese angora farms has revealed that rabbits have the fur ripped from their bodies as they scream in pain.
Patrice H.'s insight:
What You Can Do
Consumer demand drives the heartless angora industry. As long as shoppers in the West continue to buy angora hats, socks, scarves and other items, farmers will continue to profit from torturing rabbits. Ninety per cent of the world's angora comes from China, where there are no penalties for the abuse of animals on farms and no standards to regulate the treatment of the animals.
The best thing you can do to help rabbits is to refuse to buy angora. And be sure to ask your family and friends to do the same.
A total of 33 stalls belonging to the ‘Three Birds of Dali Markets’ and a dog slaughterhouse, situated in Nanhai – Foshan (Guangdong Province), have been closed by Chinese authorities, following Animal Equality‘s latest investigation in...
A new Mercy For Animals undercover investigation reveals shocking cruelty to animals at Walmart pork suppliers. Workers hit, throw, and drop mother pigs and their baby piglets. Watch the video, then take action!
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