Take Heart!
From Christian Vegetarian Association (CVA)

Godís Animals Feel

Jonathan Balcombe, Director of animal sentience at the Humane Society Institute for Science and Policy, explains that animals feel, that they are sentient and therefore perceive the world through an array of rich emotions, both negative and positive. Balcombe explains that animals care about their lives as much as we care about ours, and that they clearly fear, joy, pain, sadness, etc. In short, animals are much more alike to us than most people think, and this knowledge brings tremendous implications in regards to our relationship to those animals we abuse for our benefit, such as those we call ďfoodĒ.

Please visit Yes, Animals Have Feelings (Op-Ed).

Continuing to eat Godís animals even though we know this causes them much pain and suffering is insane! We can escape this insanity by allowing ourselves to awaken our buried compassion. Only then we can choose to reject causing unnecessary suffering and death in Godís Creation.