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Nothing in the World Is
Scarier Than a Slaughterhouse, Says PETA
For Immediate Release:October 24, 2011
Contact:Adam Miller 202-483-7382
Cincinnati, Ohio -- Wearing full zombie regalia, drenched in "blood," and holding signs
that read, "Flesh Is for Zombies" and "Meat Is Murder,"
"undead" PETA supporters will converge outside Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse
in Cincinnati on Tuesday. Their point? That horror and death are everyday facts
of life for animals raised and killed for food and that the best way not to be
confused with a zombie is to stop eating animals and go vegan.
When: Tuesday, October 25, 12 noon
Where: Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse, 700 Walnut St., Cincinnati
All animals have
the capacity to feel pain and terror just as humans do. Cows have their horns
ripped from their skulls and are castrated without being given any painkillers
before they're dragged off to slaughter, where many are dismembered while
they're still alive. Chickens and turkeys have their throats cut while they're
still conscious, and piglets are castrated and have their tails cut off without
being given any painkillers. On the decks of fishing boats, fish suffocate or
are cut open while they're still alive.
films have nothing on slaughterhouses and factory farms," says PETA
Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman. "We're urging flesh-eaters to stop
acting like zombies and go vegan instead—for animals' sake and for the
sake of their own health."
more information, please visit PETA.org.
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