1. LucyP
    January 6, 2017 @ 4:00 pm

    Will Coggin works for a front group for the meat industry. See http://www.petakillsanimalsscam.com/. Unlike the industries his group represents–who kill animals painfully, so they can make money by selling their flesh–PETA U.S. runs a shelter of last resort for animals who need euthanasia to end their suffering. This includes dogs who are aggressive and unadoptable because they have been kept chained their entire lives; feral cats dying of contagious diseases; animals who are wracked with cancer; elderly animals who have no quality of life and whose desperate guardians brought them to PETA because they can’t afford to pay a vet to euthanize them; and the list goes on. Please watch this short video to see some of the animals PETA has helped in its community: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3AxNgrU51o.

  2. KimMarie
    January 6, 2017 @ 4:10 pm

    If you want to talk about waste, it takes up to 20,940 litres of water to produce just one kilogram of meat and yet there are nearly 900 million people in the world living without access to clean water. Plus, a 2014 Oxford University study found that people who eat meat are responsible for over twice as many dietary greenhouse-gas emissions per day as vegans. Sticking to plant-based foods protects animals, human health and the environment.

  3. Craig Shapiro
    January 6, 2017 @ 4:25 pm

    The Center for Consumer Freedom is a shill for a long list of companies that profit from the exploitation of animals, and when the sugar daddies who bankroll it say, “Jump,” stooges like Will Coggin say, “How high?” These adverts are a great idea, and I hope people pay attention. There is a story behind every piece of animal flesh that is piled on our plates. We can save animals, live healthier and help the environment by going vegan.