Yes, it is a good point!
are habits that people do daily that have the same effect, e.g. what is
taught at the dining table by what we choose to eat.
believe that most people have compassion with dogs Like most people,
they believe that it would be wrong for a person to maim or kill a cat
out of anger or "enjoyment".Generally speaking, they agree that because
harming these animals in such ways is unnecessary, the above actions are
how can you believe that it is okay to treat another animal - able to
feel the same amount of pain, joy and other feelings as a dog - as an
object by killing him/her or putting him/her on a plate (or using milk,
egg or honey, or other animal products, which have the same effect, see www.vegankit.com).
on people's plate were brutally slaughtered. It is unethical to cause
unnecessary pain and death to an animal. Brutally slaughter/any kind of
killing a being regardless of species is unnecessary pain and death.
animal doesn't see any love and compassion and opposition towards abuse
about humans taking her life -- and I think that we must take the
perspective of the most vulnerable member in our society. This is a very
good book: http://www.worldpeacediet.org/ [Available on Spotify]