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We Don’t Want to Know about Reality: Rendering Plants Are Horrendous — 3 Comments

  1. Cats are carnivores_this is a fact, however I do not feel good about feeding my cat bovine meat !

    I realize many disgusting ingredients and other by products are contained in pet food and that I have to bring home the bacon, but it still concerns me as to what my cats are actually ingesting. When I purchase the higher priced brands such as all natural no grains, wheat soy etc. my cats throw it up?

    When I buy white fish based products the outcome is less severe; but my Maine Coons do not go for it and the fishy smell is soon followed by a quicker breakdown [ dry spoilage ] of these products. Lately I have taken to canned chicken or tuna. When we have it they get fresh roasted chicken; no seasonings]

    note: Rice is a good source of vits., iron etc. and easily digestible.

    Rabbit and bird brains are excellent meat to feed your awesome cat ; but this is leading in a different direction isn’t it ? still nothing at all wrong with being honest. and if your wondering about my ethics at this point well, I feed the birds and the bees in my garden.
    Eva say’s________

  2. Regulations that clearly label any food or product containing rendered animal carcasses.
    Note to those who are offended. Modern slaughter houses are no more appealing. The dismemberment and butchering of animals will always be ugly.
    The concern with rendered products will always be residual contamination.
    On the rights of residents. If you move next to a plant of any type or business that is your choice. Probably reflective of the price. If you have a nice neighborhood and officials rezone or allow something like this you should have the right to fight it tooth and nail. The use of eminent domain to seize private land for common or industrial use should be paid at least 2X the highest independent appraisal so that it truly reflects the true cost of relocation for residents.

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