24, Vegan, angry at humanity, if you try to convince me that being Vegan is bad and eating meat is good you can get the fuck back where you came from because all your arguments are invalid.

 

inquisitivenomad:

hey, i wanna follow more vegans. reblog this so i can find some more awesome people :D

be-their-sound:

Being vegan is hard. But not in the way most people think.

It’s hard because we constantly think about the animals who are suffering, and whose lives are ending. Being vegan is hard because at least for me, my heart hurts constantly.

Eating and living vegan is easy. Constantly being reminded about animals being tortured and murdered is hard. 

girlgotmuscle:

lilinternetwarrior:

theidledrifter:

jane-b-nimbel:

thesanityclause:

youngmanandoldsoul:

“Killed 99 bears”
a fact that if actually accomplished, should be put on a tombstone.

My favorite part is “We hope he has gone to rest.” What, like… they weren’t sure? Maybe, if ever the bear uprising should start again, he would rise from the ground to finish what he started and slay that 100th bear?Was this man so powerful they are concerned he might not have decided to rest at all and is simply biding his time?

The bears made that tombstone.
A warning, and a prayer.
That he really, truely stays down.

This is too badass not to reblog.

#i had 99 problems and they were all bears so i fucking killed them

Reblog for last comment

I hope he died while trying to kill the 100th bear, and the bear ripped his ass apart and avenged his friends. What a jerk.
And the “we hope he has gone to rest” was meant as if even if he was a sick animal killer and didn’t deserve to rest in peace, let alone have a decent grave.

girlgotmuscle:

lilinternetwarrior:

theidledrifter:

jane-b-nimbel:

thesanityclause:

youngmanandoldsoul:

“Killed 99 bears”

a fact that if actually accomplished, should be put on a tombstone.

My favorite part is “We hope he has gone to rest.” What, like… they weren’t sure? Maybe, if ever the bear uprising should start again, he would rise from the ground to finish what he started and slay that 100th bear?

Was this man so powerful they are concerned he might not have decided to rest at all and is simply biding his time?

The bears made that tombstone.

A warning, and a prayer.

That he really, truely stays down.

This is too badass not to reblog.

Reblog for last comment

I hope he died while trying to kill the 100th bear, and the bear ripped his ass apart and avenged his friends. What a jerk.

And the “we hope he has gone to rest” was meant as if even if he was a sick animal killer and didn’t deserve to rest in peace, let alone have a decent grave.

theveganmothership:

Two-day-old piglet’s tail is cropped, without anaesthetic. Photo Jan van IJken.
Just a baby born into this world……
What did he do to deserve this?

I would love to do this to every meat eater, to their fingers, let the fuckers suffer.

theveganmothership:

Two-day-old piglet’s tail is cropped, without anaesthetic. Photo Jan van IJken.

Just a baby born into this world……

What did he do to deserve this?

I would love to do this to every meat eater, to their fingers, let the fuckers suffer.

theveganmothership:

There is no such thing as humane slaughter. This veal calf has heard the screams of his companions and smells their blood and their fear and he knows he faces death. He has spent his entire short life confined in a tiny crate so as not to develop muscles (we like our veal tender). He has never suckled or known his mother who suffered agonizing deprivation when he was taken from her at birth. He has existed on an iron deficient liquid (we like our veal pale) causing diarrhea and illness.

theveganmothership:

There is no such thing as humane slaughter. This veal calf has heard the screams of his companions and smells their blood and their fear and he knows he faces death. He has spent his entire short life confined in a tiny crate so as not to develop muscles (we like our veal tender). He has never suckled or known his mother who suffered agonizing deprivation when he was taken from her at birth. He has existed on an iron deficient liquid (we like our veal pale) causing diarrhea and illness.

theveganmothership:

"Her body becomes so calcium-depleted, her feet and legs so weakened, her body so emaciated that it is no longer cost effective to keep her. She becomes what industry calls a “cull” or “spent” dairy cow.The “spent” cows our inspectors see at livestock markets and slaughter plants in North America are heartbreaking. These cows are often lame, emaciated and weak. Lameness has many causes including sole ulceration, laminitis, and hoof rot. Some cows have internal disorders such as twisted stomachs, torn udder ligaments, acute or chronic mastitis (a painful bacterial infection), or are simply so weakened that they become what industry calls “downers”.Downers are non-ambulatory animals that are unable to rise, to stand or to walk without assistance. They may be non-ambulatory for a number of reasons: broken or dislocated hips, broken leg bones, ulcerated or infected hooves, or severe exhaustion.As soon as their milk production drops, they are sold at auction for slaughter. The transport to the slaughter plant can be very long for these weakened animals - in the United States, cows can legally be transported for up to 28 hours without food or water.”This worker is hosing the cow in an effort to get her to stand. ‘Downer’ cows cannot be slaughtered for human consumption.The dairy industry is based on physical and emotional abuse of animals. Ditch the cruelty, ditch the dairy.Text courtesy of Animals’ AngelsImage shared from EligeVeganisimo
 — with Zulma Matos.

theveganmothership:

"Her body becomes so calcium-depleted, her feet and legs so weakened, her body so emaciated that it is no longer cost effective to keep her. She becomes what industry calls a “cull” or “spent” dairy cow.

The “spent” cows our inspectors see at livestock markets and slaughter plants in North America are heartbreaking. These cows are often lame, emaciated and weak. Lameness has many causes including sole ulceration, laminitis, and hoof rot. Some cows have internal disorders such as twisted stomachs, torn udder ligaments, acute or chronic mastitis (a painful bacterial infection), or are simply so weakened that they become what industry calls “downers”.

Downers are non-ambulatory animals that are unable to rise, to stand or to walk without assistance. They may be non-ambulatory for a number of reasons: broken or dislocated hips, broken leg bones, ulcerated or infected hooves, or severe exhaustion.

As soon as their milk production drops, they are sold at auction for slaughter. The transport to the slaughter plant can be very long for these weakened animals - in the United States, cows can legally be transported for up to 28 hours without food or water.”

This worker is hosing the cow in an effort to get her to stand. ‘Downer’ cows cannot be slaughtered for human consumption.

The dairy industry is based on physical and emotional abuse of animals. Ditch the cruelty, ditch the dairy.
Text courtesy of Animals’ Angels
Image shared from EligeVeganisimo

— with Zulma Matos.

theveganmothership:

Do you eat FAMILIES?And still call yourself “non-violent”, “moral”, “spiritual”, “animal lover”, “environmental”?!
Daniel Adar

theveganmothership:

Do you eat FAMILIES?
And still call yourself “non-violent”, “moral”, “spiritual”, “animal lover”, “environmental”?!

Daniel Adar

theveganmothership:

Every year several newly-born piglets are brought to us which have been found on main roads where there isn’t a pig farm nearby. Sows often give birth on the way to the slaughterhouse and the piglets fall from the slats on the lorries onto the highway. One slaughterhouse worker told us how sows often arrive at the abattoir having given birth on their final journey and the piglets are left floundering around on the lorry until somebody ‘dispatches them’. The farming industry will try to deny that this happens.Hillside Animal Sanctuary

theveganmothership:

Every year several newly-born piglets are brought to us which have been found on main roads where there isn’t a pig farm nearby. Sows often give birth on the way to the slaughterhouse and the piglets fall from the slats on the lorries onto the highway. One slaughterhouse worker told us how sows often arrive at the abattoir having given birth on their final journey and the piglets are left floundering around on the lorry until somebody ‘dispatches them’. The farming industry will try to deny that this happens.

Hillside Animal Sanctuary