The owner and DVM of the practice where I work eloquently stated those words prior to a surgical procedure and of course, it got me thinking…later…at home after a glass of wine.
The clinic is a small animal practice, and in my five months of working there I have assisted in the treatment and examination of dogs, cats, hamsters, and a rat. So yes, I would have to agree with him in not eating those animals.
Pigs, cows, sheep, veal, chicken, fish, pork chops, spare ribs, hamburger, meatloaf, fried chicken, baked chicken, salmon, catfish, trout-Oh My.
I tried to be a vegetarian- it fell through less than a week.
A vegan once used the scare tactics of describing the butchering process of cows and the toxins and hormones released once the animal knows death is approaching.
Mind you, he decided to have this conversation with me as I chomped on a well-done burger with tomatoes and lettuce.
I listened, nodded my head and continued to consume my burger.
An interim pastor at our church stated she would not consume animals or fish with eyes.
Off with the head!!!
As much as I adore animals of every kind, except mosquitos, becoming a vegetarian is not in my future.
I will cut down drastically on my consumption of meat and try to purchase only organic. If there was a way to know how animals are butchered, I would research and locate the facility with the least traumatic and inhuman method and purchase products from that company.
Until then, even though I know, Meat is Murder I will continue to eat it.
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