In some religions… such as Judaism; pork is considered dirty meat! Although; this dietary law via this religion doesn’t just save pigs from slaughter… that also prevents people from eating them. That means, pork dinner will be prohibited. If you were tired of pork tapeworms because, pork isn’t cooked thoroughly… you had an option to leave pork off your plate, and choose a vegetarian diet that will replace pork for good!
I believe eating rabbit meat should be banned because, it’s dirty meat. Although; rabbits don’t chew cuds, and most people who kept rabbits as companion animals were susceptible to have their rabbits stolen to be slaughtered for meat. I believe rabbit meat is dirty because, one wrong move may lead you to long stays via ICU, or scary worms in your tummy! Rabbit meat can be sold by most illegal hunters, factory farmers, and other sources. I recently watched undercover videos about common farm animals raised for meat has been saved,–after these workers were arrested for animal cruelty. There’s no such video describing an undercover investigation of rabbit farms where most rabbits are raised for meat. Wait a minute! Rabbit meat is not kosher… who in the right mind to slaughter rabbits for meat? This is kind of scary to me because, if you eat rabbits, you are susceptible dangerous parasites, worms, and even infections. For example; you were a person who eats rabbits as a dinner as your meal, but your wife has been frightened by your meal, and she refused to eat with you. She chooses a vegetarian alternative to keep herself safe against these horrors.
If you eat rabbit meat; you are supporting a cruel trade of rabbit meat. Many rabbits has been loaded to these tiny cages, and their limbs has been covered with wounds, and pus-filled infections. They don’t have enough room to turn around, lie down, or reach for water and food. Many of these cages has been flooding with manure, and other waste. Most of these rabbits started to lose fur, and they lose their ability to hop, or stretch their limbs.
Although; rabbits need lots of room to exercise, and fresh air. Some rabbits owned by some people who were rabbit breeders who breed rabbits exclusively for pets, or companion animals take responsibility when handling kits with mother rabbits. However; today, these mother rabbits has been treated as nothing-more-than kit-machines! Most of these mother rabbits has been slaughtered for meat,–after their systems has burned out. Most of the rabbit meat came from spent mother rabbits.
Sadly; there’s no such religious law,–applies to Judaism… such as prohibition of eating rabbits. If this prohibition has been established; many rabbits will be saved, and that can cause a barberric rabbit meat industry to go away.
Eating rabbit meat is dangerous! There’s no way to safely eat rabbits.
Cause rabbits are beautiful animals, and sometimes they’re kept as pets, or show animals,–or companion animals. Rabbits are social animals, and they form a family,–just like us. They play in open areas of our natural environment, or in our home.
Religious organizations has the enormous power to halt trade of rabbit meat, and prohibit anyone from eating rabbits as their safety. Or block rabbit meat altogether!
You can also help rabbits further by choosing a humane vegetarian diet, and encourage your family members to do the same.
Say “NO” to a plate of rabbit, rabbit stew, roast rabbit, and other dishes that contains rabbit meat. Alternatives to rabbit meat are available at your local store. You can choose what you don’t want to eat.
Hallal food from hallal slaughterhouses are actually meat,–not vegetarian food because, these kind of meats slaughtered via an Islamic culture/belief is toxic, and it’s not good for you. Although; animal activists has to investigate where hallal meats are coming from. Running a hallal slaughterhouse is cruel, and it doesn’t make you immune to being liable for animal cruelty.
Going food shopping all right… if you were a vegetarian of any kind, but you’re NOT sure what you’re actually buying from a legitimate source of food. You wanted to support vegetarianism, but you don’t want to support the meat industry. Although; in the USA, there’s no such guidelines that require all food-based stores to sell real food,–not deceptively-labeled food. For example; you wanted to buy some produce while you’re rely on SNAP benefits… but you’re end up supporting use of environment-harming chemicals that are applied to produce. This is kind of a headache when trying to buy legitimately-sourced produce.