Who was the mother of your milk? The source of milk is no big secret: it comes from cows. But most of us never think about the mothers of 'our' milk.
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I was taken from my mother at birth. I’m trying to remember her. This is my story. Please watch. Please listen. Please hear me. I’m not the only one.
What would you do if you found out that everything you’ve been told since you were a child was a lie? A lie powerful enough to manipulate you into taking part in horrific and barbaric acts; to alter your perception so severely that murder appears mundane, and compassion becomes extreme.
The heartbreaking final embrace of mother child - just moments before they are forever torn apart. You may be contributing to this heartbreak with your daily choices. But you can prevent this from happening to another family with one simple choice.
This video is for every animal-lover out there. It celebrates the lessons our pets teach us with their lives and their passing. It focuses on one "very important" lesson. One we can learn from our love for our pets.
If you think small farms are different, if you don’t believe the vegan "hype" about animal rights, hear why this cattle rancher changed her ways, went vegan, and started a one-woman revolution for change from within the heart of the animal agriculture industry.
Humans have long used our ability to experience complex emotions to distinguish ourselves from other animals. But is this ability really isolated to our species? And if non-human animals do have the capacity to emote, what does that say about how we treat them?