"World Day for Farmed Animals is October 2nd, chosen because it is Gandhi's birthday. Throughout his life, Gandhi undertook nearly 20 fasts as political and social protest."
Did you know? Most animals are starved at least 12 hours - sometimes days! - on their way to slaughter. On October 2nd, activists around the world will fast against slaughter, remembering the suffering that farmed animals go through before ending up on the dinner plate.
To show my support, I have signed the pledge to fast for one day. I hope you will be a part of it, too.
Sign the pledge, go to an event, or share this campaign. Be a voice for those that don't have one!
|#FastAgainstSlaughter, World Day for Farmed Animals|
And if you are new to the issues, watch this video, which shows in clear, brutal honesty (that's your warning) why people are choosing to participate in World Day for Farmed Animals.
With blessings & joy, yours truly . . . Corrinne Quinn