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Compassionate Carnivores' mission: To reduce the suffering of animals raised
for our food & to raise the consciousness of the plight of these animals.
This national movement is based on the premise that people who eat meat
care that the animals on their plate are raised, transported & slaughtered
humanely. If given the opportunity to take action to make that happen, the
majority of meat eaters would do so.
The Compassionate Carnivores' website will provide information on the
transport & slaughter of each animal. We will be including articles,
facts, videos which demonstrate the positive actions as well as the sad
Compassionate Carnivores strives to educate consumers about the inhumane
practices of Factory Farms & supports the Family Farm method of
animals for food.
There are now VIPs in 42 States & 14
countries. With your help, we're adding more every day.
We'd love to engage your group, whether it's social, business, church,
school or other organization, to help us pass the message.
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Please... Think about it!
Many years ago, I stood in a local butcher shop considering what meat I was
going to purchase for an upcoming dinner. I was examining the displayed
meats when the butcher walked out holding the hanging carcass of a small
animal. I was frozen in place as I experienced an “aha!” moment, suddenly
realizing where my meat came from. It’s now hard for me to believe that I
had never given this a thought before that moment. That “aha!” experience
was the start of my journey.
I realized that I wouldn’t be able to give up meat completely overnight, so
I decided to set myself up for success. Each January, as part of my New
Year’s resolutions, I committed to eliminate one of these animals from my
diet. First, I gave up veal, then other “red” meats, then, on the 3rd year I
eliminated chicken, turkey and fish. My guideline became the “face rule” and
has caused me to not eat any animal that has a face since, over 20 years
My Journey is now taking me down the path of eliminating animal products
from my diet. At first, I eliminated milk, next cottage cheese and yogurt,
two products from my daily diet. I’m now working on eliminating cheese.
Any step toward giving up meat, even one day each week, improves animal
welfare. Whether you are able to completely eliminate animal based foods
over night, or eliminate meat from your diet one day each week, your choice
has an impact on animal welfare.