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Find out vegan_cure's Instagram •homemade vegan sushi✨had this a while ago, I usually make it with loads of 🥑 in it but that night I didn't have any at home and was to lazy to leave the house again🙃so therefore this one was just filled with smoked tofu, salad, tomato and roasted sesame🍱• #sushi#vegan#veganism#veganismismagic#plantbased#crueltyfree#veganforeverything#goodvibes#food#foodblog#greeneating#fitnessmotivation#peace#plantprotein#eatyourgreens#vegangirl#veganfam#creativity#positivity#travel#nomeat#nodairy#dairykills#veganberlin#whatveganseat#spreadlove#aimforhealth 1454522484770218926_854222066

•homemade vegan sushi✨had this a while ago, I usually make it with loads of 🥑 in it but that night I didn't have any at home and was to lazy to leave the house again🙃so therefore this one was just filled with smoked tofu, salad, tomato and roasted sesame🍱• #sushi#vegan#veganism#veganismismagic#plantbased#crueltyfree#veganforeverything#goodvibes#food#foodblog#greeneating#fitnessmotivation#peace#plantprotein#eatyourgreens#vegangirl#veganfam#creativity#positivity#travel#nomeat#nodairy#dairykills #veganberlin#whatveganseat#spreadlove#aimforhealth

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Find out nataliemarilyn's Instagram Unless you are a calf, you shouldn't be drinking the breast milk from a cow! Think about this, would you drink breast milk from a dog or cat? No difference! Let's wake up now, all together!
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Unless you are a calf, you shouldn't be drinking the breast milk from a cow! Think about this, would you drink breast milk from a dog or cat? No difference! Let's wake up now, all together! #dairykills #dairyfree #plantmilk

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Find out vegan_cure's Instagram finally home!✨💭 lunch was a quick tinned soup and now I am treatin' myself with a coffee and some apple pear purée with puffed amaranth, roasted hazelnuts and maple syrup🙌🏼(comfort on a dull day)☕️ #coffee#coffeetime#vegan#veganism#veganismismagic#plantbased#crueltyfree#veganforeverything#goodvibes#food#foodblog#greeneating#fitnessmotivation#peace#plantprotein#eatyourgreens#vegangirl#veganfam#creativity#positivity#travel#nomeat#nodairy#dairykills#veganberlin#whatveganseat#spreadlove#aimforhealth 1454450909501080526_854222066

finally home!✨💭 lunch was a quick tinned soup and now I am treatin' myself with a coffee and some apple pear purée with puffed amaranth, roasted hazelnuts and maple syrup🙌🏼(comfort on a dull day)☕️ #coffee#coffeetime#vegan#veganism#veganismismagic#plantbased#crueltyfree#veganforeverything#goodvibes#food#foodblog#greeneating#fitnessmotivation#peace#plantprotein#eatyourgreens#vegangirl#veganfam#creativity#positivity#travel#nomeat#nodairy#dairykills #veganberlin#whatveganseat#spreadlove#aimforhealth

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Find out veganzeus's Instagram CONDONE.... Definition: "Accept and allow (behavior that is considered morally wrong or offensive) to continue." This is what you are doing if you use and eat animals.... But YOU can STOP doing it when you open your eyes and see the truth.... #wakeup #govegan #evolve 
www.vegankit.com *Thanks to Karrel Christopher for this meme.

#vegansofig #noanimalsharmed #endviolence #endcruelty #crueltyfree #stopviolence #meatismurder #dairykills #eggskill #fishingkills #furkills #leatherkills #captivitykills #animalrights #animalliberation #animals #justice #ethics #truth #RESPECT #peace 1454173114581485854_1091652949

CONDONE.... Definition: "Accept and allow (behavior that is considered morally wrong or offensive) to continue." This is what you are doing if you use and eat animals.... But YOU can STOP doing it when you open your eyes and see the truth.... #wakeup #govegan #evolve www.vegankit.com *Thanks to Karrel Christopher for this meme. #vegansofig #noanimalsharmed #endviolence #endcruelty #crueltyfree #stopviolence #meatismurder #dairykills #eggskill #fishingkills #furkills #leatherkills #captivitykills #animalrights #animalliberation #animals #justice #ethics #truth #respect #peace

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Find out vegan_cure's Instagram •breakfast: the most effective motivation to get up on a monday morning💭this one consists of oats, chia seeds, amaranth, oat milk, kiwi, grapes, physalis, goji berries and coconut flakes✨• #breakfast#breakfastbowl#vegan#veganism#veganismismagic#plantbased#crueltyfree#veganforeverything#goodvibes#food#foodblog#greeneating#fitnessmotivation#peace#plantprotein#eatyourgreens#vegangirl#veganfam#creativity#positivity#travel#nomeat#nodairy#dairykills#veganberlin#whatveganseat#spreadlove#aimforhealth 1454169611784023340_854222066

•breakfast: the most effective motivation to get up on a monday morning💭this one consists of oats, chia seeds, amaranth, oat milk, kiwi, grapes, physalis, goji berries and coconut flakes✨• #breakfast#breakfastbowl#vegan#veganism#veganismismagic#plantbased#crueltyfree#veganforeverything#goodvibes#food#foodblog#greeneating#fitnessmotivation#peace#plantprotein#eatyourgreens#vegangirl#veganfam#creativity#positivity#travel#nomeat#nodairy#dairykills #veganberlin#whatveganseat#spreadlove#aimforhealth

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Find out xscarredx's Instagram As a mother I cannot comprehend having to go through the pain of having my baby taken away from me within days or even hours of giving birth. Either to be raised as a dairy cow or be killed after a few weeks for veal. Dairy hurts and dairy kills #govegan #maketheconnection #notyourmumnotyourmilk #vegetarian  #cows #animallover #animalactivism #dairyfreemilk #dairyfree #dairy #dairykills #vegan #mumandbaby 1453893679949253193_43624938

As a mother I cannot comprehend having to go through the pain of having my baby taken away from me within days or even hours of giving birth. Either to be raised as a dairy cow or be killed after a few weeks for veal. Dairy hurts and dairy kills #govegan #maketheconnection #notyourmumnotyourmilk #vegetarian #cows #animallover #animalactivism #dairyfreemilk #dairyfree #dairy #dairykills #vegan #mumandbaby

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Find out plantbasedlinny's Instagram Vegan chocolate pancakes!! ✨ Made with: a cinnamon hot chocolate mix (with chocolate chips), soy milk, flour and a bit of baking powder. (SO EASY!) Coconut oil for the pan & then topped with chocolate slivers I sliced from a vegan chocolate bar and some maple syrup 😍😅 #vegan #chocolatepancakes #whatveganseat #crueltyfreefood #dairyfree #veganpancakes #easyvegan 1453791367645842861_4583507681

Vegan chocolate pancakes!! ✨ Made with: a cinnamon hot chocolate mix (with chocolate chips), soy milk, flour and a bit of baking powder. (SO EASY!) Coconut oil for the pan & then topped with chocolate slivers I sliced from a vegan chocolate bar and some maple syrup 😍😅 #vegan #chocolatepancakes #whatveganseat #crueltyfreefood #dairyfree #veganpancakes #easyvegan

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Find out uvicuci's Instagram From @shereen_gws -  PART 3/3 Before you go and say this is an isolated case somewhere far, far away, remember that cows produce milk because they're pregnant. All babies on factory farms (and most small farms) are taken away from their mothers soon after birth (which is why the need to use a wheelbarrow because the babies can't walk well enough yet). They're either slaughtered immediately, raised for a few weeks in a box on a veal farm, or replace their mothers when old enough. Only to be impregnated, have their babies taken away, and then slaughtered theirselves around 4-5 years of age. I've personally seen the skulls of dairy cow mothers dumped into the back of a truck, painted blue to signify that they need to be incinerated due to the risk of mad cow disease (yet their other body parts are sold for human consumption). The dairy industry is an industry. It exists to make a profit. The longer time they let the infant be with his or her mother, the more lost product and therefore lost profit. This is an exploitation of the reproductive system and family system of the cows. It's not acceptable, it's not healthy for humans or for the planet, and absolutely not for the animals. Please go vegan today. #dairykills #vegetarian #notyourmumnotyourmilk #youarenotababycow #milkisforbabies #maketheconnection #stopdrinkingmilkfromanotherspecies #earthlings - #regrann 1453663875526713415_743176137

From @shereen_gws - PART 3/3 Before you go and say this is an isolated case somewhere far, far away, remember that cows produce milk because they're pregnant. All babies on factory farms (and most small farms) are taken away from their mothers soon after birth (which is why the need to use a wheelbarrow because the babies can't walk well enough yet). They're either slaughtered immediately, raised for a few weeks in a box on a veal farm, or replace their mothers when old enough. Only to be impregnated, have their babies taken away, and then slaughtered theirselves around 4-5 years of age. I've personally seen the skulls of dairy cow mothers dumped into the back of a truck, painted blue to signify that they need to be incinerated due to the risk of mad cow disease (yet their other body parts are sold for human consumption). The dairy industry is an industry. It exists to make a profit. The longer time they let the infant be with his or her mother, the more lost product and therefore lost profit. This is an exploitation of the reproductive system and family system of the cows. It's not acceptable, it's not healthy for humans or for the planet, and absolutely not for the animals. Please go vegan today. #dairykills #vegetarian #notyourmumnotyourmilk #youarenotababycow #milkisforbabies #maketheconnection #stopdrinkingmilkfromanotherspecies #earthlings- #regrann

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Find out uvicuci's Instagram From @shereen_gws -  PART 2/3 Before you go and say this is an isolated case somewhere far, far away, remember that cows produce milk because they're pregnant. All babies on factory farms (and most small farms) are taken away from their mothers soon after birth (which is why the need to use a wheelbarrow because the babies can't walk well enough yet). They're either slaughtered immediately, raised for a few weeks in a box on a veal farm, or replace their mothers when old enough. Only to be impregnated, have their babies taken away, and then slaughtered theirselves around 4-5 years of age. I've personally seen the skulls of dairy cow mothers dumped into the back of a truck, painted blue to signify that they need to be incinerated due to the risk of mad cow disease (yet their other body parts are sold for human consumption). The dairy industry is an industry. It exists to make a profit. The longer time they let the infant be with his or her mother, the more lost product and therefore lost profit. This is an exploitation of the reproductive system and family system of the cows. It's not acceptable, it's not healthy for humans or for the planet, and absolutely not for the animals. Please go vegan today. #dairykills #vegetarian #notyourmumnotyourmilk #youarenotababycow #milkisforbabies #maketheconnection #stopdrinkingmilkfromanotherspecies #earthlings - #regrann 1453648341561174916_743176137

From @shereen_gws - PART 2/3 Before you go and say this is an isolated case somewhere far, far away, remember that cows produce milk because they're pregnant. All babies on factory farms (and most small farms) are taken away from their mothers soon after birth (which is why the need to use a wheelbarrow because the babies can't walk well enough yet). They're either slaughtered immediately, raised for a few weeks in a box on a veal farm, or replace their mothers when old enough. Only to be impregnated, have their babies taken away, and then slaughtered theirselves around 4-5 years of age. I've personally seen the skulls of dairy cow mothers dumped into the back of a truck, painted blue to signify that they need to be incinerated due to the risk of mad cow disease (yet their other body parts are sold for human consumption). The dairy industry is an industry. It exists to make a profit. The longer time they let the infant be with his or her mother, the more lost product and therefore lost profit. This is an exploitation of the reproductive system and family system of the cows. It's not acceptable, it's not healthy for humans or for the planet, and absolutely not for the animals. Please go vegan today. #dairykills #vegetarian #notyourmumnotyourmilk #youarenotababycow #milkisforbabies #maketheconnection #stopdrinkingmilkfromanotherspecies #earthlings- #regrann

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Find out veganzeus's Instagram “Do not support rapists and murderers. Ever. Say no to dairy and eating meat.” ~ Dominick Thompson

And say no to ALL other animal use, exploitation, abuse and murder.

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“Do not support rapists and murderers. Ever. Say no to dairy and eating meat.” ~ Dominick Thompson And say no to ALL other animal use, exploitation, abuse and murder. http://vegankit.com/why/ #wakeup #govegan #evolve #vegansofig #compassion #advocate #endviolence #stopviolence #freedom #respect #animalrights #animalliberation #animals #justice #ethics #truth #peace #noanimalsharmed #endviolence #meatismurder #dairykills #eggskill #factoryfarming #animalfarming #ranching #farmanimals #chooselove #vegan #veganism #compassion

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Find out uvicuci's Instagram From @shereen_gws -  PART 1/3 Before you go and say this is an isolated case somewhere far, far away, remember that cows produce milk because they're pregnant. All babies on factory farms (and most small farms) are taken away from their mothers soon after birth (which is why they need to use a wheelbarrow because the babies can't walk well enough yet). They're either slaughtered immediately, raised for a few weeks in a box on a veal farm, or replace their mothers when old enough. Only to be impregnated, have their babies taken away, and then slaughtered theirselves around 4-5 years of age. I've personally seen the skulls of dairy cow mothers dumped into the back of a truck, painted blue to signify that they need to be incinerated due to the risk of mad cow disease (yet their other body parts are sold for human consumption). The dairy industry is an industry. It exists to make a profit. The longer time they let the infant be with his or her mother, the more lost product and therefore lost profit. This is an exploitation of the reproductive system and family system of the cows. It's not acceptable, it's not healthy for humans or for the planet, and absolutely not for the animals. Please go vegan today. #dairykills #vegetarian #notyourmumnotyourmilk #youarenotababycow #milkisforbabies #maketheconnection #stopdrinkingmilkfromanotherspecies #earthlings 
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From @shereen_gws - PART 1/3 Before you go and say this is an isolated case somewhere far, far away, remember that cows produce milk because they're pregnant. All babies on factory farms (and most small farms) are taken away from their mothers soon after birth (which is why they need to use a wheelbarrow because the babies can't walk well enough yet). They're either slaughtered immediately, raised for a few weeks in a box on a veal farm, or replace their mothers when old enough. Only to be impregnated, have their babies taken away, and then slaughtered theirselves around 4-5 years of age. I've personally seen the skulls of dairy cow mothers dumped into the back of a truck, painted blue to signify that they need to be incinerated due to the risk of mad cow disease (yet their other body parts are sold for human consumption). The dairy industry is an industry. It exists to make a profit. The longer time they let the infant be with his or her mother, the more lost product and therefore lost profit. This is an exploitation of the reproductive system and family system of the cows. It's not acceptable, it's not healthy for humans or for the planet, and absolutely not for the animals. Please go vegan today. #dairykills #vegetarian #notyourmumnotyourmilk #youarenotababycow #milkisforbabies #maketheconnection #stopdrinkingmilkfromanotherspecies #earthlings Video/Caption from Earthlings via FB - #regrann

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Find out jesseveganlama's Instagram @Regrann from @shereen_gws -  PART 3/3 Before you go and say this is an isolated case somewhere far, far away, remember that cows produce milk because they're pregnant. All babies on factory farms (and most small farms) are taken away from their mothers soon after birth (which is why the need to use a wheelbarrow because the babies can't walk well enough yet). They're either slaughtered immediately, raised for a few weeks in a box on a veal farm, or replace their mothers when old enough. Only to be impregnated, have their babies taken away, and then slaughtered theirselves around 4-5 years of age. I've personally seen the skulls of dairy cow mothers dumped into the back of a truck, painted blue to signify that they need to be incinerated due to the risk of mad cow disease (yet their other body parts are sold for human consumption). The dairy industry is an industry. It exists to make a profit. The longer time they let the infant be with his or her mother, the more lost product and therefore lost profit. This is an exploitation of the reproductive system and family system of the cows. It's not acceptable, it's not healthy for humans or for the planet, and absolutely not for the animals. Please go vegan today. #dairykills #vegetarian #notyourmumnotyourmilk #youarenotababycow #milkisforbabies #maketheconnection #stopdrinkingmilkfromanotherspecies #earthlings@jesseveganlama - #regrann 1453581279227325809_321411859

@Regrann from @shereen_gws - PART 3/3 Before you go and say this is an isolated case somewhere far, far away, remember that cows produce milk because they're pregnant. All babies on factory farms (and most small farms) are taken away from their mothers soon after birth (which is why the need to use a wheelbarrow because the babies can't walk well enough yet). They're either slaughtered immediately, raised for a few weeks in a box on a veal farm, or replace their mothers when old enough. Only to be impregnated, have their babies taken away, and then slaughtered theirselves around 4-5 years of age. I've personally seen the skulls of dairy cow mothers dumped into the back of a truck, painted blue to signify that they need to be incinerated due to the risk of mad cow disease (yet their other body parts are sold for human consumption). The dairy industry is an industry. It exists to make a profit. The longer time they let the infant be with his or her mother, the more lost product and therefore lost profit. This is an exploitation of the reproductive system and family system of the cows. It's not acceptable, it's not healthy for humans or for the planet, and absolutely not for the animals. Please go vegan today. #dairykills #vegetarian #notyourmumnotyourmilk #youarenotababycow #milkisforbabies #maketheconnection #stopdrinkingmilkfromanotherspecies #earthlings@jesseveganlama - #regrann

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Find out jesseveganlama's Instagram @Regrann from @shereen_gws -  PART 2/3 Before you go and say this is an isolated case somewhere far, far away, remember that cows produce milk because they're pregnant. All babies on factory farms (and most small farms) are taken away from their mothers soon after birth (which is why the need to use a wheelbarrow because the babies can't walk well enough yet). They're either slaughtered immediately, raised for a few weeks in a box on a veal farm, or replace their mothers when old enough. Only to be impregnated, have their babies taken away, and then slaughtered theirselves around 4-5 years of age. I've personally seen the skulls of dairy cow mothers dumped into the back of a truck, painted blue to signify that they need to be incinerated due to the risk of mad cow disease (yet their other body parts are sold for human consumption). The dairy industry is an industry. It exists to make a profit. The longer time they let the infant be with his or her mother, the more lost product and therefore lost profit. This is an exploitation of the reproductive system and family system of the cows. It's not acceptable, it's not healthy for humans or for the planet, and absolutely not for the animals. Please go vegan today. #dairykills #vegetarian #notyourmumnotyourmilk #youarenotababycow #milkisforbabies #maketheconnection #stopdrinkingmilkfromanotherspecies #earthlings@jesseveganlama - #regrann 1453579224563759633_321411859

@Regrann from @shereen_gws - PART 2/3 Before you go and say this is an isolated case somewhere far, far away, remember that cows produce milk because they're pregnant. All babies on factory farms (and most small farms) are taken away from their mothers soon after birth (which is why the need to use a wheelbarrow because the babies can't walk well enough yet). They're either slaughtered immediately, raised for a few weeks in a box on a veal farm, or replace their mothers when old enough. Only to be impregnated, have their babies taken away, and then slaughtered theirselves around 4-5 years of age. I've personally seen the skulls of dairy cow mothers dumped into the back of a truck, painted blue to signify that they need to be incinerated due to the risk of mad cow disease (yet their other body parts are sold for human consumption). The dairy industry is an industry. It exists to make a profit. The longer time they let the infant be with his or her mother, the more lost product and therefore lost profit. This is an exploitation of the reproductive system and family system of the cows. It's not acceptable, it's not healthy for humans or for the planet, and absolutely not for the animals. Please go vegan today. #dairykills #vegetarian #notyourmumnotyourmilk #youarenotababycow #milkisforbabies #maketheconnection #stopdrinkingmilkfromanotherspecies #earthlings@jesseveganlama - #regrann

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Find out jesseveganlama's Instagram @Regrann from @shereen_gws -  PART 1/3 Before you go and say this is an isolated case somewhere far, far away, remember that cows produce milk because they're pregnant. All babies on factory farms (and most small farms) are taken away from their mothers soon after birth (which is why they need to use a wheelbarrow because the babies can't walk well enough yet). They're either slaughtered immediately, raised for a few weeks in a box on a veal farm, or replace their mothers when old enough. Only to be impregnated, have their babies taken away, and then slaughtered theirselves around 4-5 years of age. I've personally seen the skulls of dairy cow mothers dumped into the back of a truck, painted blue to signify that they need to be incinerated due to the risk of mad cow disease (yet their other body parts are sold for human consumption). The dairy industry is an industry. It exists to make a profit. The longer time they let the infant be with his or her mother, the more lost product and therefore lost profit. This is an exploitation of the reproductive system and family system of the cows. It's not acceptable, it's not healthy for humans or for the planet, and absolutely not for the animals. Please go vegan today. #dairykills #vegetarian #notyourmumnotyourmilk #youarenotababycow #milkisforbabies #maketheconnection #stopdrinkingmilkfromanotherspecies #earthlings 
Video/Caption from Earthlings via FB@jesseveganlama - #regrann 1453577794708804957_321411859

@Regrann from @shereen_gws - PART 1/3 Before you go and say this is an isolated case somewhere far, far away, remember that cows produce milk because they're pregnant. All babies on factory farms (and most small farms) are taken away from their mothers soon after birth (which is why they need to use a wheelbarrow because the babies can't walk well enough yet). They're either slaughtered immediately, raised for a few weeks in a box on a veal farm, or replace their mothers when old enough. Only to be impregnated, have their babies taken away, and then slaughtered theirselves around 4-5 years of age. I've personally seen the skulls of dairy cow mothers dumped into the back of a truck, painted blue to signify that they need to be incinerated due to the risk of mad cow disease (yet their other body parts are sold for human consumption). The dairy industry is an industry. It exists to make a profit. The longer time they let the infant be with his or her mother, the more lost product and therefore lost profit. This is an exploitation of the reproductive system and family system of the cows. It's not acceptable, it's not healthy for humans or for the planet, and absolutely not for the animals. Please go vegan today. #dairykills #vegetarian #notyourmumnotyourmilk #youarenotababycow #milkisforbabies #maketheconnection #stopdrinkingmilkfromanotherspecies #earthlings Video/Caption from Earthlings via FB@jesseveganlama - #regrann

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Find out hollymorningstar's Instagram #Repost@theveganalliance with @repostsaveapp

I know this is hard to watch and read, but for the sake of those who have no voice, please do. Please don't support these people. There are delicious and healthier alternatives. Cow mothers love their children just like we do and they want to live just like we do. · · · 
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PART 1/3 Before you go and say this is an isolated case somewhere far, far away, remember that cows produce milk because they're pregnant. All babies on factory farms (and most small farms) are taken away from their mothers soon after birth (which is why they need to use a wheelbarrow because the babies can't walk well enough yet). They're either slaughtered immediately, raised for a few weeks in a box on a veal farm, or replace their mothers when old enough. Only to be impregnated, have their babies taken away, and then slaughtered theirselves around 4-5 years of age. I've personally seen the skulls of dairy cow mothers dumped into the back of a truck, painted blue to signify that they need to be incinerated due to the risk of mad cow disease (yet their other body parts are sold for human consumption). The dairy industry is an industry. It exists to make a profit. The longer time they let the infant be with his or her mother, the more lost product and therefore lost profit. This is an exploitation of the reproductive system and family system of the cows. It's not acceptable, it's not healthy for humans or for the planet, and absolutely not for the animals. Please go vegan today. #dairykills #vegetarian #notyourmumnotyourmilk #youarenotababycow #milkisforbabies #maketheconnection #stopdrinkingmilkfromanotherspecies #earthlings 
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#Repost@theveganalliance with @repostsaveapp I know this is hard to watch and read, but for the sake of those who have no voice, please do. Please don't support these people. There are delicious and healthier alternatives. Cow mothers love their children just like we do and they want to live just like we do. · · · #repost@shereen_gws with @repostapp ・・・ PART 1/3 Before you go and say this is an isolated case somewhere far, far away, remember that cows produce milk because they're pregnant. All babies on factory farms (and most small farms) are taken away from their mothers soon after birth (which is why they need to use a wheelbarrow because the babies can't walk well enough yet). They're either slaughtered immediately, raised for a few weeks in a box on a veal farm, or replace their mothers when old enough. Only to be impregnated, have their babies taken away, and then slaughtered theirselves around 4-5 years of age. I've personally seen the skulls of dairy cow mothers dumped into the back of a truck, painted blue to signify that they need to be incinerated due to the risk of mad cow disease (yet their other body parts are sold for human consumption). The dairy industry is an industry. It exists to make a profit. The longer time they let the infant be with his or her mother, the more lost product and therefore lost profit. This is an exploitation of the reproductive system and family system of the cows. It's not acceptable, it's not healthy for humans or for the planet, and absolutely not for the animals. Please go vegan today. #dairykills #vegetarian #notyourmumnotyourmilk #youarenotababycow #milkisforbabies #maketheconnection #stopdrinkingmilkfromanotherspecies #earthlings Video/Caption from Earthlings via FB

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