In 2011; I was scared away by my uncle who cooked rabbit meat. I told my grandmother why I’ll NEVER eat rabbits. She prompted me to try one rabbit leg, but I quickly refused a rabbit leg. She confirmed eating rabbits gives me the creeps. And she didn’t know I should NOT eat rabbits. And I have to find alternatives that will replace rabbit for good.
Some people who were lacto vegetarians aren’t sure if they’re getting dariy from a sustainable source, but they might experience a problem with consuming dairy,–due to brutal cruelty somewhere in the US. For example; a dairy farm in Ohio has been involved in beating cattle. However; some lacto vegetarians didn’t even understand… you must know where you’re getting your dairy from,–whether if you trusted a farm or not… But you have to do some extreme research where your store is getting dairy from. If you were going shopping for your dairy… watch out! There are some some labels that are misleading, claiming they arrived from a humane dairy farm someplace. Real dairy farms don’t use hormones, and they don’t cram cattle inside large buildings. And they also leave cattle in dirty conditions.
According to Mercy For Animals, an animal-rights organization has investigated dairy farms where workers beat cattle with pitch forks, shocking them with electric taser-like devices, and other cruel acts against their own animals. It may look like a traditional dairy farm as you pass them as you take a drive down the road. Turns out… it’s an industrialized dairy farm that is built like a factory farm. I believe many of their cows were dehorned, and have their tails chopped off,–all without any pain-killers!
Cows don’t need to be dehorned… they use their horms to help defend themselves from predatory animals, such as cougers… a pesky big cat that can cause a large loss of cattle, coyotes… common animal that can go after cattle, and other predators. Without their horns; they’re in danger of being attacked and killed by many predators. Cattle also use their horns to assist in steering. Some people use cattle as a mode of transportation to travel from one place to the another. For example; people in some countries ride cattle instead of horses. When their horns were left intact; they can balance their heads to a balanced position. Oxen are the known working cattle that used their horns to guide objects on wheels. There are some cattle that are bred without horns.
Running a dairy farm is kind of difficult. And an average time on most dairy farms are slow. Not fast.
Manure, and other waste generated from cattle is common. Although; many calves has been ripped away from their mother’s sides,–so people can consume the cow’s milk instead,–all without giving the calves a chance to consume their mother’s milk as their first priority! Not even one cow is set aside to take a break from being a dairy cow, or exercise with other cows in their herd. Forcing a cow to produce milk after their calves are born doesn’t just cause issues with our dairy system; it also cause these farmers to sell their male calves to be slaughtered for veal. Maybe they don’t want to keep their male calves… If I were a farmer; I will not force a cow to produce milk for people around the world. Instead; I’ll plant crops instead as a majority. And keep only 10 cows that wanted to be selected for milk production. Not all at once, but only 1 cow, then the another one during the next year. However;taxes will be placed against dairy products.
Many of these lacto vegetarians has asked these following questions about where did they get their dairy products from. And they didn’t even known about our recent issue with our dairy system.
What You Should Do
By the next time if you were consuming dairy (applies to lacto vegetarians); research where your source if dairy is coming from. You can always implement a vegan backup,–if the problem still reproduces.
Create a petition.
Vegetarians don’t need mouse-traps; rodenticides; glue traps, snakes as pets to exterminate mice, pest-control services, nor extermination services because, most vegetarians don’t rely on them. However; some vegetarians often keep mice as companion animals at their own homes,–rather than rental homes. Most landlords often implement policies to keep pest-control services running. That literally infringes the vegetarian’s right to refuse to rely on these deceptive, and cruel services. Even a parent who has a child who is a vegetarian should NOT purchase pest-controlling services. For example: A mother of 5 children rents a house to leave the other city where mandatory pest-controlling services were set. The city has been petitioned to lift this mandatory policy. They asked the landlord why they’re vegetarian. However, the landlord prompted them to get special services enabled, or own a house someplace.
Some people were afraid of mice, but there’s ways to resolve fear of mice. Whether if you were a child, or parent… you can still overcome your fears. If you recently watched TV programs that feature fictional mice; you might need to find a book that is epic to mice,–not guides that teach you to exterminate mice. There are animal shelters available,–where you can take a look of mice in many types, or go to a relevant museum of natural history, or a mousery… if available.
The reason why you should NOt exterminate mice because, some of them are endangered species. There’s no such law that ban use of mouse-traps, and other pest-controlling services. Nor taxes has been imposed by taxing authorities to tax mouse-traps, and other pest-controlling services.
This is my story…
When I was a little boy, watching my favorite TV shows; I recently heard something suspicious in the large kitchen of the apartment building. I heard one mouse screeching in pain. In my opinion; my mother has been using these chemicals to exterminate one mouse that is trying to escape from the recycle bin that is next to the trash can… She used some oil, and some bleach,–along with some hot water to drown the little rodent.
My mother has placed a used newspaper over the opening of the recycle bin,–attempting to retain toxic gases inside the bin itself. All of that screaming from that bin has scared me, but I was shocked! Who in the right mind to teach a child how to exterminate mice? This is kind of cruel, and barberric! I can’t do a thing… my mother didn’t even educate me about mice, and other rodents.
In that recycle bin… that poor mouse has been burned alive. Sadly, my mother has prompted my BIG brother to check if the mouse has been killed,–after for some minutes.
So, he went to the kitchen, and he opened the bin. He told mom about these results,–telling her “the mouse is dead.” My big brother didn’t even report animal cruelty like he should do,–to place my mother behind bars for animal cruelty.
Mom kept using traps to kill off mice that don’t deserve to die! No action from my big brother has been established to resolve this issue.
I discovered my big brother has flushed the dead mouse down the toilet. All of these harsh chemicals can pollute our water system. This is kind of bad to me because, I will NEVER do the same thing what my mother, and my brother did to this animal.
I’m a vegetarian… and I’ll never use any mouse-trap under any circumstances. To me… mice are beautiful animals, and I respect them 24/7. That means; I’ll never pick up any trap at the store.
What You Should Do?
If You Were A Parent
Educate your children about mice, and other rodents. For example; video programs that are both animated, and live-recorded. Present your children some books about being respectful, and epic to mice. If your children is already educated about mice, reeducate your children with epic and respectful alternatives.
Contact your landlord,–if you rent a home to cancel pest-controlling services, and do get a refund. Tell him/her what’s exactly going on with your family. If you were a vegetarian, or you’re going vegetarian… Opt for special services,–which they don’t allow anyone to exterminate mice.
Take trips to animal shelters, or any place where they feature different types of mice. These places are available in your local city, or town.
If you were a home owner
Rodentproof your home. Vegan ways to rodentproof your home is available. Tutorials online will help you,–as long it’s vegan.
Don’t purchase any traps, and don’t subscribe to any extermination services.Other Actions You Can Take
Don’t attempt to exterminate mice to clean up your home, and clear away mice. Some people keep mice as companion animals.
Become a vegetarian, and leave meat off your plate.
Don’t own a snake.
Don’t participate in any sacrificial events that focus on killing mice,–claimed by any group that claim killing mice is a richual. But this is NOT a richual at all!
Do be nice to mice… that’s all.
Do find alternative cultural events where they respect mice as people,–or something similar. Religions that prohibit exterminating mice is NOT allowed are available.
Watch TV shows, and movies that feature mice via any kind.
Recently, I’ve tried out a banana bread that is baked without eggs. It’s an epic banana bread all right… but it’s baked without eggs! It was my first time eating one slice of banana bread,–during the day. I thought it can be a great dessert for my lunch,–after my actual lunch.
Via my opinion, you’ll find out why I refused to eat eggs.
I thought chickens were raised in a quiet family farm with reputable chicken-farmers who care about their animals. But our farms has gone industrialized,–causing pollution. Usually, reputable farmers don’t force chickens to lay lots of eggs because, that can overdo them, and cause lots of problems. I’ve imagined some chickens who were laying eggs on a steady… slow… and gentle farming effort. Although; farming takes lots of time, and enabling a chicken to lay an egg also takes time. For some reason, industrialized egg-farms has forced these chickens to rush egg production. All of that rushing has been causing them to suffer endless days of cruelty. It’s kind of like running a press that is used for shaping metal in high speed,–causing it to fail too soon.
There are some vegetarians who accept eggs in their vegetarian diet. If you were a farmer who raise chickens exclusively for eggs, and you only have 5 of your hens,–but keep your roosters; you can take some time with them, but they needed periodic exercise, and a break from laying new eggs. They need to take a break because of the following:
- They need to exercise… they need to walk around, and play with other chickens. It’s kind of like interacting with other neighbors. For example; think about playing soccer, or running track.
- They need to reset themselves,–after they laid few eggs. If you also keep chickens as pets; you can prohibit anyone from slaughtering your chickens,–especially if they’re NOT on duty laying new eggs. Think about some soldiers who were off duty. Some soldiers needed to be off duty for other soldiers to combat enemies.
- Like us; we need some sleep. You wouldn’t allow your child to do his/her tasks,–until late night. That’s one example of child cruelty.
That’s organic egg-farming,–if you’re a reputable chicken-farmer who care about animals, but you don’t consume your chickens’ eggs. But some people wanted to produce more eggs. What they did is the following:
- Breed more chickens, and cage them in high numbers.
- Hire more employees to monitor, and raise chickens to lay more eggs.
- Treat their chickens as “egg-machines”.
- Keep all of their chickens indoors,–all without any exercise.
- Slaughter worn out chickens for meat.
This is not good when treating chickens like this. This is one example of factory farming.
I refused to eat eggs because, I don’t support the egg industry. Most chickens raised on our today’s farms were treated like egg-machines. You thought chickens were treated humanely all right… think again! Some of these chickens may be beaten to force the another egg-laying cycle. Many of them has their beeks burned off with a hot blade, or laser. That caused them not to eat properly, or drink properly. Many of these farmers didn’t even care for their own chickens.
As the chickens’ egg production drops, or fails overtime; they’re been sent to slaughterhouses,–to be killed for meat. And that’s the byproduct of the egg industry. Hormones contaminate our mainstream egg supply.
If you were consuming eggs, watch out! You might be susceptible to dangerous diseases, risk of gaining cholesterol that is bad for you, and more.
Chickens only lay eggs to reproduce more chickens, not as food for humans. That’s why some of our common foods have eggs in it. And there’s some news about egg allergies that’s been caused by overall egg-eating habits. Eating eggs isn’t epic at all. That can also cause further pollution to our planet, and our water supply. If we stopped eating eggs altogether; we can spare lots of chickens from being slaughtered for meat, and we can also cut pollution, and save our water supply,–for good.
I’ve been rejecting to eat eggs since I was around 7 years old. People who claimed eating eggs is good for us is nothing more than an evil wicked lie! In my opinion; I don’t need to eat eggs to be healthy, or be extra smart. There are vegan alternatives to eating eggs, or using eggs for cooking common goods,–such as cakes, pies, bread, muffins, scones, cookies, biscuits, etc.
A decision is yours… this is the reason why rejecting to eat eggs can save chickens
What I’ve mentioned above; never purchase eggs from your local store under any reason,–or any other circumstances. If you are a student who wanted to refused to eat eggs, be sure to contact your cafeteria staff and cooks to start discontinuing serving eggs, and replace them with delicious vegan alternatives. If anyone forces you to consume eggs, you had the right to complain it to your cordinator who will help with your case, or your counceler who is trained to enforce the students’ right to choose what they want to eat, or not to eat.
Don’t purchase any goods at your local cafe,–where they use eggs as their primary ingredient. Ask for a vegan alternative instead. A “special order” will be implemented for you. If it fails, you had an option to create a petition to encourage them to implement mandatory vegan alternatives for you.
If you were planning on phasing out eating eggs in your family; be sure to plan this out as you go eggless. You can still bake without eggs!
Educate your family and children why you should never eat eggs. Always read the labels as you go shopping. One rejected purchase of eggs can save about 2 or more chickens,–depending on the quantity of eggs sold in one carton.
Run movie nights that focuses on the truth of the egg industry. Don’t let anyone stop you from telling the truth about the egg industry.