Celebrate World Day for Farmed Animals on October 2!

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Compassionate advocates across the globe will celebrate World Day for Farmed Animals on October 2. Falling on the birthday of moral leader Mahatmas Gandhi, an outspoken champion of nonviolence towards animals, this occasion memorializes and advocates for the billions of animals raised and killed for food annually.

This commemoration speaks directly to Mercy For Animals' work. Our hard-hitting undercover investigations capture the unconscionable cruelty--both institutionalized and sadistic--suffered by animals in factory farms and slaughterhouses worldwide.


Want to help stop farmed animal abuse?

Going vegetarian is one of the easiest and most powerful choices we can make to hold animal agribusiness accountable for its cruel practices. World Day for Farmed Animals presents a fantastic opportunity to promote compassionate food choices.

Farmed animal advocates nationwide will be joining MFA's local events, including leafleting around town and hosting Paid-Per-View screenings. Some may simply choose to share a delicious vegan meal with a friend.

For information on transitioning to a healthy and humane vegan diet, visit ChooseVeg.com.

Thank you for being a voice for farmed animals!