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May 27, 2010


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I am so outraged by the video that I saw and my heart aches for those cows that were being abused. I can't get over that Ohio doesn't have a law to protect these animals. Just because these animals are our food source doesn't mean you can abuse them. I watched the video this am and thought about those poor cows all day at work. I just can not get over it that the owner of the farm did it as well. I pray that those cows can get taking away from that farm and put somewhere were they are not abused. Can't the spca take the abused cows or anybody and how the heck can these men sleep knowing what they did to these animals. One man in the video stated it made him feel good well how would he like someone to tie his nose to a poll and beat him over the head or hit with a pitch fork?! Please whoever read this please take these cows to a safe place!!

So glad Farm Sanctuary is covering this! In addition to urging people to lend their signatures, I'd like to see this post suggest veganism as the #1 thing someone, who is outraged by what they saw, can do.

Thank you for helping animals!

I don't know why, just because we CAN, that humans believe we can abuse, torture yes, and even eat animals. What gives us the right? I am not a vegetarian (though I try to eat as little meat as possible.) I can't believe humans would treat these poor creatures so abominably! Makes me want to throw up!

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