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January 21, 2011


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Words of Wisdom, thank you for the continued inspirations!

I want to scream, already cry, when I see how our dairy cows and calves are treated,,,breaks my heart. I thank the
Lord there are folks that still care. The day of the free grazing cows are over, and its so sad. we are an evil species, man..

how we treat animals goes beyond cruelty.... i can't even think of a word awful enough to describe factory farming battery cages etc.... undercover video showing how these animals are treated. i just pray that if their is a god, these animals will have mercy some day and the people who treat them like will not be shown no mercy.this may be harsh but these are grown adults who abuse these animals, and company executives who reap the profits sitting in their offices who know this abuse is going on.

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