Most Forgotten Animals on Earth Need Your Help!

Do you want to help the animals of our oceans and rivers? There is no better way to do so than by leaving them off of your plate.

Probably because they are so different from us, fish are the most ignored animals by those who care about animal abuse. Many of us are already reducing our meat consumption, eating fewer cows, pigs, chickens, sheep, and calves. However, we don’t think of fish as animals who also want to live and who don’t want to become your meal.

A growing number of scientific research proves that fish are sensitive and intelligent animals who form complex social structures. Their capabilities are similar to those of other animals and so is their will to live. If they could scream, they surely would do so given the terrifying cruelty they face.

The fish we see at the grocery store come from many different places, such as fish farms (factory farms established on rivers, seas, or on land) or directly from oceans and rivers. Industrial fishing is responsible for the largest number of deaths of animals in the world! Fish farms subject fish to unimaginable suffering simply because there is no law that prohibits it. That’s right. Not a single law regulates the treatment of fish.

The only hope for these defenseless animals is people like YOU. People who care about their pain and unnecessary suffering. We are the ones who have to act and speak up for them, otherwise, who else will?

If you want to join the thousands of people who have decided to make a difference through their diets, please consider opting for meatless alternatives.

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