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We Animals Media

August 19, 2019
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Source We Animals Media



About the video

2018 marked the 20th anniversary of the first We Animals photo and a year of tremendous achievement in the world of animal photojournalism.

Photography: Jo-Anne McArthur
Film: Kelly Guerin, 2019
Narration: Jo-Anne McArthur

We Animals Media Mission

We Animals Media recognizes the invisibility of animals in our world and seeks to give their lives and stories a place in the public conscience.

Through compelling photography, journalism, and filmmaking, We Animals Media illuminates the lives of animals used for food, fashion, entertainment, work, religion, and experimentation. We are committed to telling these stories through an empathic lens – collectively widening our circle of compassion to include all animals.

We Animals Media also seeks to mentor the next generation of media makers, create bridges between social movements, and inspire solutions that will result in a kinder and healthier world for all.

Thousands of photographs and videos are available to individuals, organizations, and media outlets around the world via our We Animals Archive.

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Millions of Babies Are Being Stolen From Their Mothers. Does It Only Matter When They Look Like Us?

August 12, 2019
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Please watch, not “physically” graphic: Watch this baby fight to get back to his mother. Source Kinder World, YouTube

Source Free From Harm
By Ashley Capps



“It would be funny,” writes Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, “if it weren’t so sad – to continually witness how desperately we try to paint a happy picture of what is inherently violent and utterly unnecessary.

Exploit females’ reproductive systems and breed them at our will, but look! They’re happy! Take away their babies, but look! They’re happy! Take the milk of the females and kill them when they’re no longer “profitable,” but look! They’re happy!

The nutrients we need are plant-based; we get calcium from cows’ milk because they eat calcium-rich greens. We can stop going through the “middle cow” and go directly to the source ourselves: calcium-rich greens.

And we skip the saturated fat, dietary cholesterol, animal protein, and lactose, which we’re not supposed to be consuming into adulthood anyway! We’re supposed to be weaned – just like the calves get weaned – and move onto solid foods. We don’t drink our own human milk into adulthood, and we – just like every other animal on the planet – have NO physiological need for human OR non-human milk once we’re weaned.

When we stop trying to go backwards and actually move forwards, we’ll stop seeing desperate attempts to make the ugly palatable. I look forward to that day.”

Dairy Farming is Based On The Destruction of Motherhood



Profitable dairy production depends on a constant cycle of forcibly impregnating cows to keep them at peak lactation, then stealing the calves for whom the milk is intended, typically within the first few hours of birth. Many dairy farmers like to say that mother cows don’t care if their calves are taken, but off the record, workers report that cows cry and search desperately for their stolen babies. Researchers who have studied cow-calf relationships in semi-wild herds and in domestic cattle observe the same pattern: the strongest and most lasting social bonds among cows are between mothers and their offspring, and these relationships persist long after the calves have matured.

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a mother is a heart that beats a soul that lasts a life that cares a silent comfort only she can give.
a mother is not defined by blood but by the nurturing blanket that is she.

Karen Lyons Kalmenson




The Best Collection of Signs from Animal Rights Vegan Activists

August 5, 2019
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Source Veganism: A Truth Whose Time Has Come
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Enjoy this collection of my favorite signs found at animal rights marches and public protests around the world. Some of the signs were from vegans being present at women’s marches, gay pride parades, or other social justice rallies. Most of them came from animal rights or liberation marches. Thank-you to the activists who made and held the signs! Please share this inspiring link on social media. 














































































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Images convey what words sometimes struggle to say.

Karen Lyons Kalmenson




The Foul Truth

July 29, 2019
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Source The Foul Truth, Animal Justice Project
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There are more chickens than any other farmed animal on the planet. Their suffering on intensive farms continues to be widely exposed, yet the free-range broiler industry has been relatively hidden from scrutiny. Until now…

Animal Justice Project spent three months inside free-range and so-called ‘high welfare’ broiler chicken farms. It is a shocking reminder that you can’t trust The RSPCA, Red Tractor, the government, or the supermarkets when it comes to protecting animals.

Abusive treatment of chicks

We filmed day-old chicks being thrown out of crates from four foot in the air and onto the hard floor.

On the same day, the worker walked through the shed, kicking and treading on chicks as she walked. Our cameras documented a baby chick suffering for over eight hours on the floor before finally succumbing to its injuries. Chicks who were found by the worker were killed by having their necks broken on feeder lines.

In one week alone, almost 500 chicks died. Chicks often die within the first few days at farms due to stress, neglect or maltreatment.

Chickens left to suffer

We found lame and injured chickens in the sheds during the investigation – some of whom were left to die over a period of days which indicates negligence by workers, going against Red Tractor standards. One bird we found had been clearly left stuck inside a feeder for some time. Our investigators said that she appeared to have “grown into it”. We filmed birds dehydrated, exhausted, and clearly in a lot of pain. It is standard on chicken farms to kill sick birds – none are afforded medical treatment. Birds on the farms we visited were forgotten amid careless and insufficient “welfare checks” by workers, whilst dead, lame, deformed, injured and dying birds lay on the shed floor. Workers were filmed daily on their phones, sitting down, and urinating on shed floors when they should have been health checking the birds. One lame and clearly sick chicken was left to suffer for at least two days, unable to access food and water, before finally dying.

The RSPCA Assured Guidelines state birds must be given access to natural light as soon as possible and at least within seven days.

During the entire 28 days chickens were inside one farm we visited, no natural light was provided. The RSPCA state that chickens should have natural daylight from at least seven days old. On the converse, periods of 6-12 hours of darkness must also be given yet our cameras revealed that the artificial lighting was kept on for a period of over 52 hours, which also counters Red Tractor standards. This means chickens are not able to adequately rest.

Keeping lights on unnaturally stimulates chickens to eat more food and grow even faster.

Chickens were afforded scattered wooden structures and bales of chopped straw (often left still in their plastic wrapping). Food and water sources were broken or contaminated with sodden litter and ‘enrichment’ was in the form of old plastic bottles hanging on feeder lines, some with ‘cola’ drink still inside.

This is a huge contrast to the picture painted by Red Tractor, The RSPCA and other ‘high welfare’ labels.

Inadequate enrichment means chickens – who are highly sensitive and intelligent animals – become bored, frustrated and unable to carry out natural behaviours. This can lead to an epidemic of feather pecking inside sheds.

The ‘slow growing breeds’ on the farms we documented – in other words chickens that go to slaughter at around nine weeks – are promoted as being ‘high welfare’ by NGOs and the industry alike, but still suffer the same health problems as faster-growing breeds. They experience lameness, heart problems, leg deformities and hock burns.

As birds grow, the sheds become even more crowded. Excrement and burning ammonia levels rise. The increasing concentration of ammonia causes respiratory, skin and hock burns. The litter, which should be kept fresh, quickly became heavily soiled and damp. The inability of birds to find clean, fresh bedding caused them to lay in their own faeces, which causes the health problems mentioned.

During the investigation, one worker carried up to a dozen injured and sick live chickens upside down in his hands by their legs as he walked through the sheds before finally breaking their necks and throwing them still conscious onto the floor. These chickens were not checked afterwards to see if they were still alive which is against RSPCA Assured Guidelines. We filmed birds convulsing on the ground, flapping around in circles. One worker even threw a live but seriously impaired chicken into a bucket of his urine.

High welfare’, free-range and organic chickens are not transported any differently to standard intensively-reared birds. We do not believe our investigation shows anything out-of-the-ordinary with regards to the extreme abuse and cruelty towards chickens being caught for slaughter.

The catching of chickens caught on our cameras was disturbing and abhorrent.

Workers grabbed many birds by their feet before throwing them into crates so hard they were pushed out of the top. Chickens had their heads, legs and wings trapped which would have caused great distress and likely severe injuries. The stress continued as workers kicked, swore at and yelled at the chickens who desperately fought to upright themselves and escape the crowded plastic crates. All in full view of others waiting for their turn. Both RSPCA Assured and Red Tractor guidelines were broken with regards to sound levels being kept to a minimum and just a few workers, 4,750 chickens were caught in one hour – there was nothing “humane” happening at these speeds.

After an agonising ordeal of being thrown into plastic crates, the crates were forklifted out. The uneven shed floor caused crates to knock around, further prolonging the chickens’ stress. Around 45 birds have been crammed into each crate at the farm we filmed at.

After the horrendous and terrifying ordeal, the chickens were transported in a large lorry to Traditional Norfolk Poultry where they will be gassed to death. Transportation is highly stressful for chickens, especially when they have been injured by catching teams like those we filmed at the RSPCA Assured farm.

A brutal and shocking end for ‘high welfare’ chickens.

This is The Foul Truth.

‘Higher welfare’, free-range chickens lead stressful and painful lives. The Foul Truth is an industrialised secret; it is 100% Harm Assured. YOU can help us end this abuse: Broaden your compassion to ALL animals by choosing vegan!

Whether factory-farmed, free-range or organic, we can guarantee it is 100% Harm Assured.

Choose Compassion. Choose Vegan!







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animals are here WITH us, not for us.
wake up humans because soon there
will be no more us!!!

Karen Lyons Kalmenson




12 Important Reasons To Go Vegan Today

July 22, 2019
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Source Free From Harm
By Ashley Capps


1. Animals Want to Live; They Love Life and Fear Death.

We’re taught to think of animals raised for food — if we think of them at all — as an abstract category: “farm animals”— the nameless, faceless herds and flocks whose generic characteristics are merely recycled through an endless stream of indistinct entities. But farmed animals are individuals with unique personalities and emotions, just like cats and dogs. They feel joy, affection, and pleasure, as well as fear, grief, and pain. Like us, they form deep friendships and emotional bonds and like us they seek to preserve their only lives, which they cherish.

2. The Egg and Dairy Industries Also Cause Immense Suffering and Death

It is a common misconception that animals are not harmed in the production of eggs and dairy. In fact, the egg and dairy industries cause enormous suffering and kill billions of hens and baby chicks, and millions of cows and calves, every year.

In nature, wild hens lay only 12 to 20 eggs per year. But domesticated chickens have been genetically manipulated to produce between 250 and 300 eggs annually, leading to painful and often fatal reproductive disorders. More than 95% of chickens used for eggs are confined in cages so small they cannot even spread their wings, and the majority of “cage-free” and “free range” eggs come from miserable hens packed inside filthy warehouses by the thousands. Most hens used for eggs have a portion of their beaks painfully cut off to prevent nervous pecking in overcrowded conditions, and at the hatcheries where new hens are hatched to be sent to egg farms — including humane label farms, small farms, and backyard hen operations — 6 billion male chicks are destroyed every year by being suffocated or ground up alive.

Similarly, all dairy farming depends on the exploitation of female reproduction, and on the destruction of motherhood. Like all mammals, cows only make milk to feed their babies. On dairy farms, including small and humane label farms, calves are permanently removed from their mothers within hours of birth so that humans can take the milk intended for them. Male calves are slaughtered for veal or raised for cheap beef. Female calves spend their first 2 to 3 months of life isolated in lonely hutches, with no maternal nurturing during the time they seek it most.

Hens used for eggs and cows used for milk are also slaughtered when their production declines, at only a fraction of their natural lifespans.

Learn more about the hidden harms of eggs and dairy, even on so-called humane farms, at our features Eggs: What Are you Really Eating? and 10 Dairy Facts the Industry Doesn’t Want You to Know.

3. Science Confirms: We Have No Need to Consume Animal Products

A well-balanced vegan diet can easily provide all the nutrients we need to thrive. Government health experts worldwide are finally catching up with the large body of scientific evidence demonstrating that a vegan diet is not only a viable option for people of any age, but that eating plant foods instead of animal-based foods can confer significant health benefits, including reduction in incidence of obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart attack, stroke, and some types of cancer.

In their official position paper on vegetarian and vegan diets, the American Dietetic Association— the U.S.’s oldest, largest and foremost authority on diet and nutrition— states that well-balanced vegan diets “are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and may provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases,” and that they are “appropriate for individuals during all stages of the life cycle, including pregnancy, lactation, infancy, childhood, and adolescence, and for athletes.”

Learn more at our features Catching Up With Science: Burying the “Humans Need Meat” Argument and Vegan Diets: Sorting Through the Nutritional Myths.

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ALL lives matter
ALL have a right to live
animals are our heartbeats
and each beat has so much
to give!

Karen Lyons Kalmenson




Humane Exploitation?

July 15, 2019
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Vegan-animal-welfare-reform
Source Vegan Education Group

 

Source Species Revolution
See Who Are We?



Over the last few decades, there has been an general increase in our compassion towards other animals. Animal-exploiting industries have tried to capitalize on our empathy and awareness by attempting to sell us the myth of humane animal exploitation.

The very existence of the concepts of “humane slaughter” and “humane animal products” is testimony to the increasing awareness about nonhuman welfare and suffering. Industries are responding to the fact that more and more humans are starting to care about other animals. However, this form of exploitation, however “humane,” falls short of providing any meaningful welfare reforms to enslaved animals for the reasons discussed below.

1. Humane exploitation is betrayal

Even if we assume that some exploiters treat nonhuman animals compassionately before killing them, it does not make the concept any less cruel. Imagine a guardian or a parent killing a human child after giving them a very happy life – would we consider that humane? Killing someone who trusts you to take provide them care and love is a violation of that trust. “Humane slaughter” is not loving or kind, it’s betrayal.

2. Humane exploitation is speciesist

Speciesism, like other forms of bigotry and discrimination, is unjust and unethical. If we would not enslave humans for food, there is no rational reason to do it to beings of other species. All sentient beings deserve the right to not be treated as objects.

3. Humane exploitation is mostly a marketing ploy

Multiple investigations into “humane farms” have shown widespread cruelty and abuse. It is very clear that many corporations use the humane myth to exploit our empathy and compassion towards other animals. If corporations really cared about animals, they would completely stop exploiting them for food.

4. The problem is use, not just cruelty

The root cause of animal abuse in “farms,” labs, circuses, and zoos is that animals are there in the first place. Whenever we see other animals as commodities to be used, abuse naturally follows. Why should we expect animal exploiters to be kind to those they profit off of? Why should we expect anything but abuse from those who imprison and murder animals?

5. There is no such thing as the humane exploitation of sentient beings

Animals are sentient beings who want to live free with their friends and family. There simply isn’t a humane way of killing someone who does not want to die. And there isn’t a humane way of enslaving someone who wants to be free. Animals deserve more than “humane” exploitation. All animals deserve to be happy, safe, and free.



We can keep trying to find right ways to do the wrong thing or we can reject nonhuman exploitation completely. The answer to the widespread and systemic abuse of animals does not lie in bigger cages, longer chains, or larger tanks; it lies in the absolute rejection of nonhuman commodification. It lies in the total liberation of nonhumans animals.







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just by its definition
exploitation is not humane
and anyone who thinks so
is really quite insane!!!!

Karen Lyons Kalmenson






75 Exquisite Photos of Children Embracing Animals

July 8, 2019
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Source Veganism: A Truth Whose Time Has Come
By 



Enjoy these uplifting photos of children embracing other species. These photos were selected because of their uplifting beauty. Part of their beauty is that they were not taken at a zoo, or where animals are a commodity for human profit or entertainment. Many of the animals digitally captured in this collection are rescues in sanctuaries, as opposed to being exploited, or in captivity. The animals are not being ridden, nor do they have harnesses on their faces. Also, I chose photos where the animal looks happy. Many photos of children with animals are for the entertainment of the parents; however the animals don’t look happy about being there, it’s a forced pose. These photos, however, were chosen because they convey a real feeling between two souls. Let the joy that emanates from the children teach us all to respect animals.  Respecting animals means living vegan…

 

Russian photographer Elena Shumilova

 

Giraffe Manor, Nairobi, Kenya

 

Boy & Fawn (by Walk in the Woods Photography)

 

Diksa Anil Mehta with Ramu the orphaned baby langur monkey
that his parents rescued and adopted.

 

Kellie Parry Photography

 

Dove Delight

 

‘Grazing on Buttercups’ by Clare Ahalt Photography, Maryland.

 

Ashley Gilley Photography

 

Computer Wallpaper Image

 

Boy gently petting kangaroo at Tanganyika Wildlife Park – Wichita
credit: http://www.ohmyomaha.com

 

Andrea Martin Photography

Girl from Panama caring for her pig friend

 

Bah Bah Baby Bliss

 

Russian photographer Elena Shumilova

 

Sadly, this photo comes from an agricultural fair, but it shows that cows
should not be seen as “burgers / milk”, but as gentle, feeling beings with rights.

 

Austrian Matteo Walch, when 8 years old, befriends a clan of Alpine marmots.

 

“Kindness is a Lifestyle”

 

Russian photographer Elena Shumilova

 

Cow Kiss

 

True Love

 

Cicida and Patrick Poole petting turkey,(2005), Cedar Row Farm Sanctuary, Ontario, Canada.

 

Theo, the dog, and Beau (the toddler) ‘Nap-time Love Story’

 

Lacey Gray Photographer catches her 2 yr. old daughter; Kinley loving a rescued 3 day old calf.

 

Bunny Boy

 

Stories of Joy Photography

 

Freedom Hill Animal Sanctuary Australia

 

Andrea Martin Photography

 

Kathamandu, Nepal – Asia for Animals

 

Hummingbird Girl (wallpaper)

 

Russian photographer Elena Shumilova

 

‘Eye-to-Eye Chicken High’

 

Osa Wildlife Sanctuary, Costa Rica

 

Photo: Farm Sanctuary

 

A girl and her rescued friend, a baby monkey. Taken in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India.

 

Baby Goat Kiss

 

Boy – Rabbit Love

 

Interspecies Kiss

 

Austrian Matteo Walch, at 8 years old, befriends a clan of Alpine marmots.

 

Girl Kisses Dolphin (not in captivity)

 

Creative Commons Photo of Child playing with Guinea Pig.

 

Freedom Hill Sanctuary rescued Helen as a blind calf.

 

Woodland Friends by Lisa Holloway

 

Frog Admiration

 

Freckled Flower Child Photography

 

Lamb-Love

 

Photo Credit: Chelsea Noyon of BC. “A Child’s Love”

 

Boy with Galápagos Tortoise in Honolulu, Hawaii.

 

Duck Heaven

 

Photo Credit: Dafna Ben Nun, taken in a forest in Israel with gentle miniature horses.

 

Ashley Gilley Photography

 

 Beauty and the Baby

 

Iwona Podlasinska Photography

 

Butterfly High

 

Boy and desert tortoise from Wildwood Wildlife nature park in Wisconsin.

 

Boy’s Best Buddy

 

Kangaroos Deserve Kindness.

 

Andrea Martin Photography

 

Pigeon Pleasure

 

Portraits by Elena Mironova | Елена Миронова

 

Watch the amazing video HERE

 

I’d like to make a habit of petting a rabbit.

 

Monkey See, Monkey Do Love You!

 

Andrea Martin Photography

 

Feeding Animals is FUN!


Julie O’Neill – Photography for a Compassionate World

 

Teach children to respect animals.

 

Russian photographer Elena Shumilova

 

Boy Pets Fish in a Pond

 

From the 2017 Documentary ‘Citizen Animal’

 

Indian Village Girl and her Parrot Friend

 

Cambodian girl in the Angkor Area with her puppy pal



Andrea Martin Photography

South Australian boy with his pet kangaroo

Maerim Elephant Sanctuary, Thailand, where elephants are loved and respected, not ridden.

Puppy Love




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child is father to the great human he/she will become

Karen Lyons Kalmenson




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