Earlier this month CCTV became mandatory in all slaughterhouse in England. We are waiting to see the impact it will have on animal welfare, but one thing is certain: No amount of CCTV will change the fact that animal are slaughtered. As Associate Judge Eugene M Fahey stated animal rights is not a question of if but when. Why wait for government to raise animal welfare laws higher? Let’s raise them ourselves by leaving animals of our plate. Go vegan today. Contact us for help in your change of lifestyle and link we with one of the many local communities in your area.
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While this case was ultimatly lost it is the statement by Associate Judge Eugene M Fahey, which finally shows the shift in our society being taking into account in the courtroom:
"The issue whether a nonhuman animal has a fundamental right to liberty protected by the writ of habeas corpus is profound and far-reaching. It speaks to our relationship with all the life round us. Ultimately, we will not be able to ignore it."
While we are encouraged that a recent study shows that 53% of Canadians eat meat alternatives we hope to be able to raise the amount of people who are committed to Veganism from 2%. Hopefully new products will make it easier for the 69% of people who prefer meat to make the move. Until then contact us and you local community for support in your lifestyle change.