To all supermarket employees across the nation, please accept my sincere apologies for making your job any harder than it already is. I know dealing with the general public is not always easy and the last thing you need are random crazies coming in and causing a ruckus when all you’re trying to do is create and maintain a pleasant shopping experience for your customers.

And to the store managers, I extend an even more heartfelt apology because you’re the ones who are ultimately responsible for figuring out how to shut me up and get me out of the market as quickly and quietly as possible. Believe me when I tell you that, while it’s happening, I feel terrible for what I’m putting you through.

But our temporary discomfort is nothing compared to the millions of animals who are suffering unimaginable horrors every single day on factory farms so that we can eat them  – when we don’t even need to be eating animals to survive, or thrive. In fact, science has proven that eating meat is carcinogenic and cancer-causing in humans. Maybe we should take that and diabetes and heart disease and the many other related diseases and ailments to eating animals as a hint that eating plant-based is better for everyone.

If we can live happy, healthy, and successful lives without harming animals, why wouldn’t we?

Until then, expect me, and others who believe animals deserve the right to live free of harm, to speak out until their voices are heard

Be Daring,
Dani

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