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Animal Abuse In Slaughter Houses

26 Signatures Goal: 150

Over millions of animals in farms are being abused before being slaughtered. The workers are mistreating them and are making the last hours of their lives miserable. The workers are supposed to stun the animals before bleeding them. For pigs and sheep they are supposed to get electrical tongs and are supposed to shock them 3 to 4 seconds on their head so they can become unconscious long enough to bleed them. The workers do not do this they grab the tongs and start electrifying them on their body, nose and tail. This only makes the animal have an immense amount of pain and does not make them unconscious. After the workers stun the animals incorrectly they send them so they can bleed them. The animals are conscious the whole time and can feel what they are doing to them. We,the undersigned want the government of the United States to protect the animals in the slaughter houses by making a law that fines any slaughter house that mistreats and inhumanely stuns the animals

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  • 2 years ago
    Cheryl Woodrow Canada
    2 years ago
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    Ashley D United States
    2 years ago
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    Ruth McD United States
    3 years ago
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    Tyler United States
    3 years ago
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    Tyler United States
    3 years ago
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    Alexis Canada
    3 years ago
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    Tyler United States
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    Alyse Brigham United States
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    Sarai gore United States
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    Xavier Allison United States
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    Nicholas neuville United States
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    Jordan restrepo United States
    3 years ago
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    Christina Galindo United States
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    Melissa Garcia United States
    3 years ago
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    Taylar Brent United States
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