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shyowl:

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Pigs love affection and snuggles, yet the method of raising pigs for slaughter is one of the cruellest known to mankind. It deprives pigs of natural contact, access to dirt and sunshine, and leaves them without any outlet for their high intelligence and problem-solving skills.
If you wouldn’t eat a dog or a dolphin, please don’t eat a pig. 

I wish people could understand how horrible it is inside slaughterhouses. Pigs often witness their own brothers and sisters being slaughtered right in front of them, knowing that they’re next to die. It’s hell on Earth. It’s not right.

And people still don’t understand why we are angry.

Piggies 🐷

I used to have three little pet piggies, they’re the most energetic, happy pets I have ever had the chance to know.

hippie vibes ❁
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shyowl:

sacredsativa:

wild-nirvana:

vegasmo:

salix-lucida:

vegan-bacchante:

Pigs love affection and snuggles, yet the method of raising pigs for slaughter is one of the cruellest known to mankind. It deprives pigs of natural contact, access to dirt and sunshine, and leaves them without any outlet for their high intelligence and problem-solving skills.

If you wouldn’t eat a dog or a dolphin, please don’t eat a pig. 

I wish people could understand how horrible it is inside slaughterhouses. Pigs often witness their own brothers and sisters being slaughtered right in front of them, knowing that they’re next to die. It’s hell on Earth. It’s not right.

And people still don’t understand why we are angry.

Piggies 🐷

I used to have three little pet piggies, they’re the most energetic, happy pets I have ever had the chance to know.

hippie vibes ❁

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Maxime Simoens, fall 2013
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sinolia:

Maxime Simoens, fall 2013

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