CMMC-January colour-White

He should be with his mother

White-coloured-calf

“Cows are exceptionally gentle, loving beings who form strong bonds with their family and friends. Separating any mother from her child, as is the routine practice within the dairy industry, inflicts upon both a cruelty beyond words” Mango Wodzak

If you notice in the above image the calf is tied to a heavy metal frame. The rope is thick and nearly strangling the neck, and the length of the rope is such that the poor calf can’t move freely.

My guess is, it can sit or stand but not move.

Freedom at its best!

The surroundings are dirty and you can see the cow dung spread over the floor (eating and shitting places are the same!)

Can a human imagine herself or himself in such a position?

Mango Wodzak thoughts…

“Baby rats need rat milk, baby cats need cat milk, baby dogs need dog milk, baby humans need human milk, baby cows need cow milk, baby chimps need chimp milk.

Would anyone believe it if someone claimed adult giraffes need elephant milk? or adult horses need squirrel milk? or adult possums need goat milk? or adult humans need cow milk?

Oh, wait, no, that last one makes total sense… NOT”

Michael Klaper thoughts

“My single greatest challenge is to remain centered and loving in an overwhelmingly nonvegan world. In today’s world, cruelty and exploitation of other beings – human and non-human alike – are accepted, practiced, and profited from by most every institution of society – from commerce and science to education and entertainment.

Unfortunately, the vast majority of Homo sapiens are either unaware of the cruelty or accept it as unavoidable and even normal”

What are your thoughts, my friend?

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philo

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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s CMMC- January colour- WHITE

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  2 comments for “CMMC-January colour-White

  1. January 14, 2022 at 11:07 pm

    Very cool photo ;D

    Liked by 1 person

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