Ralph Waldo Emerson said it well:
You have just dined, and however scrupulously the slaughterhouse
is concealed in the graceful distance of miles, there is complicity.
It turns out that people who eat animal products would have an
extremely hard time performing the standard procedures in a factory farm
(de-horning, debeaking, castration, etc.) or at a slaughterhouse (rip
off the skin of an animal, slice open her body to remove the entrails,
or butcher her flesh into supermarket-sized pieces); however, these
consumers seem to have no problem paying others to do the dirty job.
So, who is to blame for animal cruelty? Please visit Animal Cruelty:
Who is to Blame?:
Those who support industries that exploit God’s animals are
accomplices of the cruelty inflicted on them. It is time that consumers
take responsibility for the consequences of their choices.
Your question and comments are welcome