darklips-heavylifts:

saskiesue:

sam-winchesters-lost-left-shoe:

bestiality7:

umm-just-another-timelord:

theauthor11:

runsleepygirl:

walk-barefoot:

veganbaby:

jellybeanjeunet:

sleezysays:


NASA recently released imagery showing the deforestation of America  …in just 34 years.

We are killing the Earth

Forever reblog.

Oh wow

THIS HURTS

How long are we going to keep closing our eyes to this? What are we going to do?

NEVER SCROLL PAST THIS

Its just going to become this blue and brown planet, children in the future will draw their planet with brown and not green like we used to

This needs to fucking change 

WALL-E IS BECOMING REAL LIFE

I wish we could do something about this but what can we do? No one would listen.

That’s a fucking shit attitude.

darklips-heavylifts:

saskiesue:

sam-winchesters-lost-left-shoe:

bestiality7:

umm-just-another-timelord:

theauthor11:

runsleepygirl:

walk-barefoot:

veganbaby:

jellybeanjeunet:

sleezysays:

NASA recently released imagery showing the deforestation of America  …in just 34 years.

We are killing the Earth

Forever reblog.

Oh wow

THIS HURTS

How long are we going to keep closing our eyes to this? What are we going to do?

NEVER SCROLL PAST THIS

Its just going to become this blue and brown planet, children in the future will draw their planet with brown and not green like we used to

This needs to fucking change 

WALL-E IS BECOMING REAL LIFE

I wish we could do something about this but what can we do? No one would listen.

That’s a fucking shit attitude.

fightingforanimals:

veganigans:

quanarin:

fightingforanimals:

Some people ask me, “Do your chickens die of old age?” And I reply, “No, they die of egg laying complications in their youth or prime of their lives.” Some reproductive disease will eventually get them. You don’t breed birds to unnaturally lay 250 to 300 eggs a year without consequences to their health and lifespan. In Sweet Pea’s case, egg yolk peritonitis got her after a two-year battle and a lot of costly medical care that could no longer help her. (x)
Please share and educate others about the inherent cruelty of eating chicken eggs, including those laid by backyard chickens. The cruelty I am referring to here is in their breeding and cannot be avoided, regardless of how well they are cared for.

my thing is that yeah big chicken farms aren’t a great idea…but a few backyard chickens don’t have to lay near as much as farm chickens…so saying not to eat eggs from a chicken that’s from  back yard is stupid.

I don’t think you read the post fully. Chickens are laying an unnatural and unhealthy number of eggs regardless of if they are on a big farm or in a backyard because humans have bred them to. Hens in backyards are just as prone to this type of terrible disease as hens on farms.

The backyard chickens are literally the same. They literally come from egg supplier hatcheries, directly as ex-batteries, or are bred from hens who came from the egg industry. That is it. That is all your choices. Domestic hens all go through this. Saying that they are magically different and don’t lay as often is stupid, not my post, thanks.

fightingforanimals:

veganigans:

quanarin:

fightingforanimals:

Some people ask me, “Do your chickens die of old age?” And I reply, “No, they die of egg laying complications in their youth or prime of their lives.” Some reproductive disease will eventually get them. You don’t breed birds to unnaturally lay 250 to 300 eggs a year without consequences to their health and lifespan. In Sweet Pea’s case, egg yolk peritonitis got her after a two-year battle and a lot of costly medical care that could no longer help her. (x)

Please share and educate others about the inherent cruelty of eating chicken eggs, including those laid by backyard chickens. The cruelty I am referring to here is in their breeding and cannot be avoided, regardless of how well they are cared for.

my thing is that yeah big chicken farms aren’t a great idea…but a few backyard chickens don’t have to lay near as much as farm chickens…so saying not to eat eggs from a chicken that’s from  back yard is stupid.

I don’t think you read the post fully. Chickens are laying an unnatural and unhealthy number of eggs regardless of if they are on a big farm or in a backyard because humans have bred them to. Hens in backyards are just as prone to this type of terrible disease as hens on farms.

The backyard chickens are literally the same. They literally come from egg supplier hatcheries, directly as ex-batteries, or are bred from hens who came from the egg industry. That is it. That is all your choices. Domestic hens all go through this. Saying that they are magically different and don’t lay as often is stupid, not my post, thanks.

happy-vegans:

Meet your veal. Veal has a face, long eyelashes, big brown eyes, fuzzy ears and a wet nose. Veal is a scared and innocent baby, wondering where his mother is.

happy-vegans:

Meet your veal. Veal has a face, long eyelashes, big brown eyes, fuzzy ears and a wet nose. Veal is a scared and innocent baby, wondering where his mother is.