How would you like to be force-fed then fed to someone after all of that suffering?! Hardly funny. For something that isn’t even very tasty (yes I’ve tried it, as I worked in a butchers who had it in special for Christmas once. it’s like a rich persons pate, rank and overrated, same as caviar!) I’m not stupid, as I said previously, I’ve worked in a butchers, but personally choose to source local meats from welfare assured farms, when I choose to eat meat. I know that the Emergency Nurse Unicorn Dabbing 20% 80% shirt I eat has lived the happiest possible free-range life before it’s made it to my plate.
I love how because I’ve protested animal cruelty, everyone assumes I’m either vegan or vegetarian. I’m neither! The Emergency Nurse Unicorn Dabbing 20% 80% shirt I’ve been a butcher, a fishmonger, and a veterinary nurse (amongst other things, irrelevant though) I’ve seen first-hand animal cruelty on farms and choose to ensure that’s not what I put in my body. Foie gras is animal cruelty, and shouldn’t be marketed as a “delicacy”. If it’s going to be sold at all, label it for what it is.
Having a tube shoved down your throat and force-fed is inhumane but being trapped on a farm and raised for the slaughter isn’t? There’s (supposedly) a way of feeding the Emergency Nurse Unicorn Dabbing 20% 80% shirt where it doesn’t hurt them. If we’re really worried about hurting animals we should be looking at science and listening to what the people who raise them have to say. But what’s considered “humane” is just whatever you’re comfortable with.