I didnt turn Vegan straight away after I got exposed to Animal Cruelty but I turned Vegan when I thought of picturing Lucky (whom I so dearly love) instead of these other innocent beings. When I thought of picturing what if it was him who is getting stolen from me for the sake of his meat or skin. What if it was him who is being captivated, tortured or used as a testing Experiment. What if? Just the thought of it haunted me. And I imagined what is happening to these animals doesnt even have word in our dictionary. Its not just cruel, its beyond the scariest dreams of ours. And these thoughts crushed my heart into million pieces and my eyes wasn’t able to stop those tears.
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Only when we can picture our dearest ones into these animals place, we will understand the true meaning of Animal Cruelty and true meaning of why people are turning Vegan. And why I turned Vegan. #voiceoutforthevoiceless
The hartebeest is a large, fawn-colored antelope that, at first glance, seems strangely less elegant than other antelopes. However, being one of the most recent and highly evolved ungulates, it is in fact, one of the fastest antelopes and most enduring runners. These qualities gave rise to its name, which means "tough ox." Its sedentary lifestyle seems to inhibit the mixing of populations and gene flow, and as a result, there are several subspecies of hartebeest. Hartebeest are mainly found in medium and tall grasslands, including savannas. They are more tolerant of high grass and woods than archetypical plains antelopes.
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