These pigs were on their way to be executed for the crime of not being dogs. Their sad eyes seemed to be questioning why this was happening and why no one was saving them from this miserable fate. We must make this stop!
From the Smithfield Pig Save Vigil 6/25/17
Imagine a world where all animals are protected from harm by law. But even those laws seemed unnecessary as the mass of mankind has come to realize that animals are truly our equals in the right to life, liberty and pursuing happiness. And wildlife roams free and undisturbed as mankind redesigns their civilizations to work with the flow of nature rather than at the expense of it. Every decision and law made will weigh the needs of all living beings equally regardless of species.
Now, before you begin to doubt the possibility of such a day, banish such thoughts from your head. Ask not if this is possible, but rather focus instead on how we will make it inevitable. Every day more and more dedicated and selfless people devote themselves to this cause. The strength of our movement grows stronger and the ignorance engulfing the planet has begun to melt away.
There is nothing so dangerous as doubt. When we doubt that we can achieve our goal, it weakens our resolve and paralyzes our efforts. So, again, I ask that you shake off the trappings of skepticism. We will succeed and it is our efforts and through working together that we will make it happen. I believe we will succeed. And I believe that the efforts of every single person out there that is committed to the struggle for animal rights are vital. You (every single one of you reading this) will make this dream a reality. The animals need us and we won't let them down.
This young calf was stuck all alone in a veal crate away from his mother because the people at Perrydell in York, PA believe that cow's milk exists for humans and according to their sign a mother's milk is not the best nutrition for a baby cow. If we buy the milk of another species, we sentence the young of that species to misery and an early death. Ditch dairy!
Thomas, this poor little calf was no more than a day or two old when I met him laying there in his veal hut. His crime was being born male on a dairy farm. I wanted to grab him in my arms and run as fast as I could to the car. He was so sweet and innocent. In a just world, he would have been at his mother's side. But, instead, Thomas's mother's milk was to be stolen for humans and Thomas condemned to a short life or some other form of slavery that would make him profitable to the Perrydell Farm in York, PA. He is a symbol of why veganism is the only true form of social justice. True social justice leaves no victims behind. Available in the store section now!