Saturday, March 26, 2016

the herd..

known as the first feminist horror movie... "The Herd replaces female cows with female humans, and by doing so hopes to promote a greater understanding of the suffering inflicted upon cows in the dairy industry..."

http://www.whitelies.org.uk/resources/video-footage/herd



Friday, January 15, 2016

that 'australia day' ad...


this ad, by aussie farms, is the one that should be on television... "...what it really means to eat lamb on Australia Day..." - read more at https://www.facebook.com/AussieFarms/posts/1723952881166679...


i am so over the horrific carnist advertising pushed at any 'celebratory time' (although carnist crap is 'there' all year, it's just so fucking more full on at the moment, coming up to australia/invasion day)... i am so over having dismembered body parts of others in my face wherever i turn and the smell of decaying flesh in my nostrils whenever i breath - walking down the street, shopping at the supermarket, and the staff kitchen is somewhere to stay away from at lunch times - and then there's the smell of burning flesh from the barbecues on balconies and in backyards that surround my home, my sanctuary... help stop the animal holocaust - go vegan...

Saturday, December 12, 2015

a beautiful tribute...

you may have watched some of bite size vegan's videos - i've shared a few over the years - however this one i'm about to share is one of her most personal stories... you see emily's beautiful companion ooby died last week - a beautiful canine girl, a 'bulldog' born and bred to human specifications, human dictates as to how she should look, regardless of the health problems that designer-breeding would cause...

it is beautiful and yet heart-wrenching... it is a tribute to ooby, and to emily's love and guardianship, yet it is also a sad testament to the horror that the breeding of animals by profiteers to be sold as commodities, chattels, has wrought on many animals...

in emily's words - "This is the story of Ooby the bulldog. It’s a story worth knowing. For every purebred dog suffering from man-made afflictions, for every homeless or abandoned dog out there, let Ooby’s story and her life help change how we treat our companions.


farewell beautiful ooby...

please adopt, don't shop - there are far too many languishing in shelters waiting for their chance to experience love, happiness, companionship...