We need to be consistent. If you say you are an animalist then you don't buy leather shoes, leather bags and leather sofas. You will also not buy cars with leather seats and any other objects or clothes made of real leather. If you say you are animal rights then you will not spend your afternoons at the mall but you will go to animal shelters to dare a hand. You will be interested in signing petitions against violence against animals, you want to experiment with them. And above all, you will not use any make-up or beauty products that have been tested on animals.
I tell you these things because here we love cats and dogs, we all love to post beautiful pictures of animals and say that we are animal rights, but then in reality we all have to do something for the animals. So if you haven't done it yet, start organizing yourself and go to kennels or catteries, bring food, blankets, and above all affection. Try to fight and be present in anti-vivisection campaigns, against violence against animals, and against intensive farming. An animal rights person cares about all animals and not just cats and dogs and is interested in everything related to the animal world. So I would like all those who say they love animals then put out at least a bowl with water (which are used for both stray cats and hedgehogs) and treats, food for sparrows, who adopt an animal, not bought, and looked at all the ads in which so many people give animals, that if they are not taken maybe they will be abandoned. So I'd like you to reflect on how many things you can do to show your love for animals because animals aren't just cats and dogs. Especially if there is someone among you who has land, and has no nuisance neighbors, then he can adopt dwarf goats, geese, rabbits and all those animals that many people give away in the ads. Create support groups on Telegram, create rescue groups, spread the word but try to help animals, if you have enough money and personal resources, because in this period many people no longer have a job and give animals away. Search ads in your area, ask associations, get busy, show your true love for all animals.
Please, when you take a new pet with you, or create a group or initiative, post me here in the comments and I will post your link and post it. I hope this post may have inspired you to do more and be more active. I have 2 dogs, 8 chickens, 2 budgies, 6 cats, 1 rabbit, all rescued by people who wanted to abandon them. I've never paid anything for an animal. Now I can't take other animals because the ones I have already require a lot of food and I don't have much money anymore and therefore I can't have others but if you can then do it.


In the case of chickens, being born male can be a serious problem. If you are born in intensive farming, you will almost certainly not make it past the first day of life. Male chicks do not produce eggs and consequently cannot, ├ža va sans dire, become laying hens. Not only that: they also have a slower development which makes them less competitive even as future steaks of meat for human consumption, since there are broilers that have been genetically selected at the source – they are chickens that grow much more and much faster – and which usually follow a different production path from that of laying hens. As a result, they are virtually useless for companies. If they were to keep them alive, they would have to feed and care for them and this would represent an additional cost, and moreover a non-repayable one. And so the sooner they are eliminated the better. Usually this happens, in fact, on the first day of life, while they travel on a conveyor belt that takes them to the scrutiny of experts in determining, at first sight, their sex. If they are female they are left on the belt and set off on their new life as egg or meat producers (of themselves). If they are male they end up in a shredder that in a few seconds turns them into lifeless mush.

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