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 Can a non-vegetarian be against animal cruelty?

Answer Hi there, thank you for thinking about the animals.Technically, a person can be in support of animal rights (not just animal cruelty) and not be vegetarian (or vegan). However, that would be extrem... Read More »
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If a vegetarian feeds his cats on a vegetarian diet, is this an animal cruelty?

Cats are carnivores; vets never recommend vegetarian diets for cats. Vegetarian diets for cats exist, but they put the animal at risk for heart problems due to lack of taurine, and other conditions... Read More »
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Animal cruelty and vegetarian?

It may not seem like a single person can make much of a difference, but if everyone thought that way, nothing would ever change. Sure, one person can't make any difference on their own, but workin... Read More »
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Can someone explain to me the logic behind being a vegetarian/vegan to stop animal cruelty?

Ever been to a slaughter house? Picture THOUSANDS of chickens stuffed into cages so small they can't move around, and stacked on top on each other. All they do is eat, stand in place, and crap do... Read More »
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Why is animal cruelty not taken seriously?

Because humanity has been taught to agree that we are the rulers of this planet, and that if we pay for an animal that it automatically makes them property giving us the rights to harm them. We als... Read More »
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