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Oh my God this is so horrible and disgusting those poor little souls should not have to be treated like this neither the mothers, what is gone wrong with this country i thought we treated our animals different to this, something has to be done about this it cannot go on this is terrible cruelty, how can people eat pork after seeing this horror film, thank God i am vegetarian thanks to you PETA i did it, and so did two of my friends. Are we ever going to stop the way these animals are being slaughtered and treated so cruel, i am fighting at the moment for two beautiful sheep that are living in a small square of mud they have no water and are just sat in their own mess and mud i have reported them three times to the RSPCA they say they have been to see the owner and its only temporary they have been there nearly six months it is disgusting and heartbreaking to see them, me and my husband worked on farms for years farm animals must have grass, they are on the Frome to Warminster road by a empty public house called the White heart i am so sick of the way our animals are being treated its time the government stepped in and bring the punishment up to date more severe punishment these people have got to be stopped, this is a life they are messing around with a little heart that is beating a poor mother pig trying to love her babies, these concrete prisons need to be pulled down the families should be out in the fields enjoying life doing what pigs do rolling in the mud thats how i remember them when I was a child,can't remember the last time I saw animals enjoying life to the full in a nice green field, what has gone wrong with the farmers i think it is Greed they are not interested in the poor animals as you can see in this horrible killing place, poor babies and mums can something be done, i donate monthly to you wish I could do more for these babies but at least i have stopped eating meat, thank you for what you do for our animals don't know what they would do without you.
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Interview with PETA's Dr. Julia Baines on animal testing in the EU. 
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I just called Koopler stores . They assured me they no longer stock Angora products at all ,
not even on the web sites = Hoorah 
PS : The e address to Kirsty 'given on the e mail with the script  to u
Love VAlise doesn't work .
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This makes me feel  ashamed to be human
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+PETA UK OK I am a Breeder, ANd any respectful breeder is NOT like this. Why not show the good things.in good breeders. or are you gonna tell THIS American what to do ?!
I listen to no foreigners.
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Hey, Je suis d'accord ces images sont cruelles, mais est-ce que se voiler la face et dire just que c'est ABJECT va faire avancer les choses, je ne le pense pas. Chacun est libre de voir où de détourner son regard, mais ça AUSSI CELA FAIT PARTIE DE LA VIE, ET CES SOUFFRANCES AFFLIGEES AUX ANIMAUX EGALEMENT !!!!!
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It's not the workers fault, they do their job to make a living, it's the government and the so called farm assurance people for allowing it! 
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please my good friend what we can do stop this horror
sign all of the petition. god bless the animal and all the are helping to get them a better life
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A doting mother, female pigs in nature spend days building a nest of leaves or straw before giving birth. Their piglets then stay with them for about 15 weeks. The nesting instinct is so strong for sows that even when they have nothing but a hard floor, they still attempt to build a nest, pawing at the floor, nuzzling the bars and attempting to turn around .

On factory farms, pigs must give birth in barren metal cages, called “farrowing crates”, which are often so small that the mothers can’t even stand up or turn round. The sow can neither get close enough to clean her children nor move away from them when she wants to, leading to many incidents of aggression towards piglets, which is virtually unheard of in the wild.

A German farm is livestreaming two mother pigs. This is a day in their lives.

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I can't see today it's too much after Yulin. Please write what is happening to inform people not just video because it's hard to see.
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