Writing To Further Animal Welfare

Sing the following song to the Twelve Days of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas the turkey had endured

Six months of terrible torture

On the second day of Christmas the turkey had endured

Cutting of his beak, and six months of terrible torture

On third day of Christmas the turkey had endured

Cutting of his toes, cutting of his beak, and six months of terrible torture

On fourth day of Christmas the turkey had endured

Cutting of his crest, cutting of his toes, cutting of his beak, and six months of terrible torture.

On fifth day of Christmas the turkey had endured

NO PAINKILLERS, cutting of his crest, cutting of his toes, cutting of his beak, and six months of terrible torture.

On sixth day of Christmas the turkey had endured

Being genetically engineered, NO PAINKILLERS, cutting of his crest, cutting of his toes, cutting of his beak, and six months of terrible torture.

On seventh day of Christmas the turkey had endured

Hardly being able to walk, being genetically engineered, NO PAINKILLERS, cutting of his crest, cutting of his toes, cutting of his beak, and six months of terrible torture.

On eight day of Christmas the turkey had endured

Never seeing the light of day, hardly being able to walk, being genetically engineered, NO PAINKILLERS, cutting of his crest, cutting of his toes, cutting of his beak, and six months of terrible torture.

On Ninth day of Christmas the turkey had endured

Being hung upside down by legs, never seeing the light of day, hardly being able to walk, being genetically engineered, NO PAINKILLERS, cutting of his crest, cutting of his toes, cutting of his beak, and six months of terrible torture.

On tenth day of Christmas the turkey had endured

Being stunned if lucky, being hung upside down by legs, never seeing the light of day, hardly being able to walk, being genetically engineered, NO PAINKILLERS, Cutting of his crest, cutting of his toes, cutting of his beak, and six months of terrible torture.

On the eleventh day of Christmas the turkey had endured

Having his throat slit, being stunned if lucky, being hung upside down by legs, never seeing the light of day, hardly being able to walk, being genetically engineered, NO PAINKILLERS, cutting of his crest, cutting of his toes, cutting of his beak, and six months of terrible torture.

On the twelfth day of Christmas the turkey had endured

Being your Christmas lunch, having his throat slit, being stunned if lucky, being hung upside down by legs, never seeing the light of day, hardly being able to walk, being genetically engineered, NO PAINKILLERS, Cutting of his crest, cutting of his toes, cutting of his beak, and six months of terrible torture.

 

GIVE TURKEYS AND ALL LIVING CREATURES A GIFT THIS CHRISTMAS, TRY A GREAT VEGGY ALTERNATIVE AND LIVE WITH RESPECT FOR ANIMALS AND YOUR HEALTH

 

 

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Comments on: "THE TWELVE DAYS OF TURKEY MASSACRE" (3)

  1. Oh wow. The Christmas carole melody that’s playing in my head while reading this makes it the reality feel even more violent and heartless. Thank you for writing, Paul. You have such a unique and intelligent way of lending voice. I’m going to post a link to our Facebook page. Blessings on The Turkey Spirits. Blessings on you and yous ! ~ Gerean

  2. Thanks Gerean, if only there were more willing to listen and change.

    • Paul ~ More are becoming willing each day. The increase in vegetarianism/veganism is growing leaps and bounds. Be encouraged and PLEASE keep writing. You are making a difference. The numbers reached don’t matter nearly as much as each individual shift made. WE write to influence and the seeds we plant have a much broader and deeper reach than we realize. ~ Gerean

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