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Sena Crutchley 
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Re: “What About the Pigs?

Thank you to Ellen and Jessica for sharing this horrific reality with Indy Week readers, and thank you to Indy Week for publishing their commentaries. I believe that most people don't know the extent of suffering that nonhuman animals endure through animal agriculture, but the people I interact with on a day to day basis outside the vegan community do care and want to know the truth. Most people don't want to cause needless harm to others. When we can mentally place ourselves in the position of others, including nonhuman animals, we realize that what humans inflict on these sentient beings is unjust. North Carolina has adapted to the changed landscape related to tobacco, and it will adapt as more and more people reject animal agriculture in favor of plant-exclusive agriculture for the betterment of all of us, human and nonhuman. I encourage your readers to visit a farm sanctuary to get to know some of these amazing beings in conditions in which their personalities shine because they have the freedom to express their rich emotional worlds. We have several wonderful sanctuaries in NC.

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Posted by Sena Crutchley on 07/27/2017 at 7:29 AM

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