The Original Chicken Hugging Video Like Love Bird on Facebook
How sweet! Teach compassion for all living beings
(make sure you have your sound turned down because out of no where a rooster crows really loudly and it will startle you!)
Meet Esther. She came into our lives as a supposed micro-pig…but she GREW and GREW and GREW!!…
Have you “Liked” Esther the Wonder Pig? When her humans purchased Esther as a ‘pet,’ they were told she was a “micro-pig” and would grow to be 80lbs as an adult. Boy were they in for a surprise when Esther grew to be 400lbs (there’s no such thing as a micro-pig)! Esther is still treated as a ‘pet’ - she shares the house with her humans and two dogs and two cats. She has become an international sensation and an advocate for her kind. Her humans hope that Esther’s adorable and unique personality will cause people to re-think their choices about animal products.
Brookhaven Town Clerk Donna Lent has denied a permit application for a Bronx-based traveling Latin
According to this article, the rodeo permit was denied because it “isn’t in compliance with the Suffolk County Farmland Commission rules that relate to charging fees, allowing bleachers, having vendors and offering food,” and two people are quoted as saying that there has never been any cruelty toward animals at the rodeo.
Please leave a polite and educated comment on this article explaining the inherent cruelty toward animals as well as the danger the rodeo poses to humans, including the citizens of Brookhaven. Let them know that a rodeo is not welcome in Brookhaven!
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Demand is growing from younger consumers seeking a more healthful or more ethical diet, but innovation is pushed by investors who see a potential solution to big problems.
Last May, Whole Foods recalled two types of curried chicken salad because the retailer’s kitchens had accidentally confused a batch of “chick’n” salad made with a plant protein substitute with one made from chicken flesh, and reversed the labels… and none of the people eating the meat labeled “chicken” could tell that they were, in fact, eating a plant-based substitute.