About a couple of weeks ago a friend sent me the details of this film. I must admit that I started watching the trailer and then after only a few seconds I stopped. At that time, I just couldn't bear to continue. I am ashamed of that to be honest.
However, life isn't always pretty and to be part of a change you have to know and face the hard cruel facts; after all that is why I was a hunt saboteur for over 20 years and why I have been vegan for over 25 years. So today I watched the whole trailer and yes, it does leave a hole in your heart, an empty pain in your core, but it should also do two more things; remind you as a vegan that you are on the right side of morality and stir you to look at what further action you can take to support those who are shouting from the top of their voices about the inequality and abuse dealt to those who cannot speak for themselves.
As I write this Dillon, our next door neighbours cat, wraps himself around my legs and vibrates the room with full throated purring. If only all animals could be as happy and lucky as Dillon.
Please visit the website and, if you are able, send them a donation towards this production, however small. It will add your voice to the many and help the film makers shout loud and clear on our behalf and, most importantly, on behalf of the innocent.