Discussion in 'protest, direct action and demos' started by editor, Jun 8, 2018.
Does the 100% include offal and anus?
And the bones.
I love cheap burgers me.
I think its crueler because mink is a luxury product and most of the mink is wasted, unlike a chicken where the majority of the chicken goes into the food pipeline.
I could go vegan I just can't be arsed frankly the moral problem doesnt bother me .
Bring it on!
So that comes back to the question earlier on the thread - If the mink meat was used to make sausages, would it be less cruel/as cruel as leather and beef?
cruelty is in how the animal lives and dies - so keeping an animal in a cage, or having a prolonged and ineffective method of killing is cruel whether you use the fur, 10% of the meat, 95% of the meat, or just the toenails - if an animal is kept in much more humane conditions living a 'good life' (however you might want to define that..), and, for example, killed by some very quick process of which the animal is unaware, or unware up until the last moment, then its not cruel - regardless of whether you use the fur, or meat, or toenails.
its certainly unedifying to see an animal stripped of its skin and nothing done with the meat, but that by itself doesn't make the thing cruel - its how the thing lived and died, not what happened to it afterwards that determine cruelty.
Meat is a byproduct of cows compared to the leather which is worth more
they are both products of cows. if people stop eating beef, cows are going to still be farmed for leather.
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