Farmed animals trapped in hell
A Meat and Dairy Industries Article from All-Creatures.org

FROM Jenny Moxham
January 2020

Following are three letters published in Australian newspapers by an amazing animal rights activist from Australia, Jenny Moxham.

Farmed animals trapped in hell
Published on The Daily Examiner, January 8

Imagine the terror and panic endured by the tens of thousands of sheep and cattle who were hopelessly trapped behind barbed wire fences as the raging fires bore down on them.

Powerless to escape, these frantic and panic stricken animals would have died slowly and agonisingly as the fire slowly engulfed and incinerated them.

Whereas no one can be held responsible for the suffering of the wild animals burned in the fires, those who eat animal products are directly responsible for the suffering of the farmed animals because, if it wasnít for them, these animals would never have been in this situation.

Jenny Moxham, Monbulk, Vic

Meat eaters' fault
Published on Sunshine Coast Daily, January 8

IMAGINE the terror and panic endured by the tens of thousands of sheep and cattle that were trapped behind barbed wire fences as the raging fires bore down on them.

Powerless to escape, these frantic and panic-stricken animals would have died slowly and agonisingly as the fire slowly engulfed and incinerated them.

Whereas no one can be held responsible for the suffering of the wild animals burned in the fires, those who eat animal products are directly responsible for the suffering of the farmed animals because if it wasnít for them, these animals would never have been in this situation.

Jenny Moxham
Victoria

Trapped animals
Published on South Burnett Times, January 7

Imagine the terror and panic endured by the tens of thousands of sheep and cattle who were helplessly trapped behind barbed wire fences as the raging fires bore down on them.

Powerless to escape, these frantic and panic-stricken animals would have died slowly and agonisingly as the fire slowly engulfed and incinerated them.

Whereas no one can be held responsible for the suffering of the wild animals burned in the fires, those who eat animal products are directly responsible for the suffering of the farmed animals because if it wasnít for them, these animals would never have been in this situation.

Jenny Moxham 



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