Pam Anderson Urges You to Go Vegetarian
Animals are made of flesh, blood and bone, just as we are. They have emotions and unique personalities, and they feel pain. They also create families and relationships with other animals, if given the chance.
Factory-farmed animals are deprived of everything that is natural and important to them. They are packed into filthy, cramped sheds or cages and are often fed an unnatural diet that includes antibiotics and drugs. On factory farms, diseases often run rampant, and animals lack proper veterinary care, leaving them to suffer amidst their own waste. All animals who are killed for food – even those who are not raised on factory farms – suffer when they are transported to slaughter. They are beaten, kicked, prodded, crammed onto severely crowded lorries and mishandled in other ways. These animals' short lives come to a painful end at the slaughterhouse, where cows, goats and chickens typically have their throats cut and are often dismembered while they are still conscious.
Pamela shows off her outer – and inner – beauty in this ad in order to promote vegetarian eating and point out the similarities between humans and animals. There are numerous cruelty-free and tasty alternatives to meat available, and going vegan saves the lives of approximately 100 animals each year! Also, going vegan benefits both your own health and the environment.
PledgeI want to eat better, feel better and stop supporting cruelty to chickens, pigs, cows, fish and other animals who are raised for food. By signing my name, I pledge to explore vegetarian eating for at least 30 days.
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