I am writing this only to be helpful!
Please take the animal's perspective - they are the victim.
Either a religious book acknowledges that it is an atrocity to kill any sentient being – including the animals; or it endorses the murder of a sentient being by leaving e.g. animals or some people groups (of the human animal species) out of the 'Don't kill'-commandment. And by claiming that some animals are 'clean' for consumption.
If a religion is endorsing the murder of a sentient being it is against the Loving and Compassionate Life-giver and Creator of this universe.
The person eating meat completely disregards another being's feelings, emotions and free will to live the life that he/she was given. That person completely ignores the pain, suffering and death of the animal; and the pain and suffering of the animal's family.
The killing of more than 100 billions of animals per year is unethical and a big atrocity. Maybe more people would understand the atrocity if it was 100 billions dogs killed each year.
"The worst sin towards our fellow creatures is not to hate them, but to be indifferent to them, that is the essence of inhumanity."
George Bernard Shaw, (1856 - 1950) Irish Playwright and Essayist, Nobel Laureate for Literature 1925
"Compassion for animals is intimately connected with goodness of character and it may be confidently asserted that he who is cruel to animals cannot be a good man."
Arthur Schopenhauer, (1788 - 1860) German Philosopher
Please watch this: <a href="http://earthlings.com/">Earthlings</a>
I believed in the books of the Moses between 2001 and 2012. I recently realized that it endorses practices that are unethical, so I changed my beliefs.