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The Animal Kill Counter: Basic Version << ADAPTT :: Animals Deserve Absolute Protection Today and Tomorrow

ANIMALS MURDERED SINCE OPENING THIS PAGE:

0 marine animals
0 chickens
0 ducks
0 pigs
0 rabbits
0 turkeys
0 geese
0 sheep
0 goats
0 cows and calves
0 rodents
0 pigeons and other birds
0 buffaloes
0 dogs
0 cats
0 horses
0 donkeys and mules
0 camels and other camelids

Nutrition
-VRG.org Nutrition Articles

Food & Recipes
-VegWeb
-Fat Free Vegan
-VeganYumYum
-PostPunkKitchen
-Oh She Glows; A Healthy Vegan Recipe Blog
-Vegan Cooking On LiveJournal
-Accidentally Vegan Food
-HappyCow: The most trusted vegetarian and vegan restaurant guide since 1999

Animal Rights
-Get Active
-Creating a Pet First Aid Kit
-Saving Your Pet With CPR
-Resources for Animals Rights Advocacy and Vegans
-Resources for Animals Rights Advocacy, Animal Sancturary, and Animal Wefare Organizations

General Vegan Sites
-ADAPTT
-TryVeg
-The Vegan Society
-Vegan.org

CONTACT

veganological(at)gmail(dot)com
zeitgeistmovement:

 
 
Woman Facing 93 Days In Jail For Growing Organic Vegetable Garden!

(Source: greedyvegan)

"It&#8217;s much easier to be cruel than one might think. It&#8217;s often said that nature, &#8216;red in tooth and claw,&#8217; is cruel. I heard this again and again from ranchers, who tried to persuade me that they were protecting their animals from that lay outside the enclosures.
Nature is no picnic, true. (Picnics are rarely picnics.) And it&#8217;s also true that animals on the very best farms often have better lives than they would in the wild. But nature isn&#8217;t cruel. And neither are the animals in nature that kill and occasionally even torture one another. Cruelty depends on an understanding of cruelty, and the ability to choose against it. Or to choose to ignore it.&#8221; - Jonathan Safran Foer, &#8220;Eating Animals&#8221;.

"It’s much easier to be cruel than one might think. It’s often said that nature, ‘red in tooth and claw,’ is cruel. I heard this again and again from ranchers, who tried to persuade me that they were protecting their animals from that lay outside the enclosures.

Nature is no picnic, true. (Picnics are rarely picnics.) And it’s also true that animals on the very best farms often have better lives than they would in the wild. But nature isn’t cruel. And neither are the animals in nature that kill and occasionally even torture one another. Cruelty depends on an understanding of cruelty, and the ability to choose against it. Or to choose to ignore it.” - Jonathan Safran Foer, “Eating Animals”.

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jojorockstar:

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thinkstrawberry:

“It is unacceptable to perpetuate the commodification of one group for the benefit of another. Commodification involves treating the other—whether a woman, [a child], person of color, gay or lesbian, or nonhuman—as an object, as someTHING rather than as someONE.”  - Prof. Gary L. Francione 
Painting: “HUMAN EVOLUTION” - oil on canvas, 6/9/11, Alwin Jackson Fine Art

thinkstrawberry:

“It is unacceptable to perpetuate the commodification of one group for the benefit of another. Commodification involves treating the other—whether a woman, [a child], person of color, gay or lesbian, or nonhuman—as an object, as someTHING rather than as someONE.” - Prof. Gary L. Francione

Painting: “HUMAN EVOLUTION” - oil on canvas, 6/9/11, Alwin Jackson Fine Art

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laura-monster:

Veganism kicks ass?! (by escottf)

laura-monster:

Veganism kicks ass?! (by escottf)

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damonthomaslee:

Drawing when I should be working

damonthomaslee:

Drawing when I should be working

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