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Compassionate 5 year old doesn't want to eat animals anymore

Compassionate 5 year old doesn't want to eat animals anymore

Posted 8 July 2015   by Amy         Permalink | 2 Comments

Tags: pigs, cows, chickens, vegetarian, video, Indie-Rose

I wish I was this wise when I was 5 ...

I don't think I could put it any more eloquently than Indie-Rose has.

"Animals are very nice."

Pigs are nice

Chickens are nice

And cows are nice

If you don't want the "animal-people" to be chopped up, you can be a vegetarian.

In case you're a bit unsure, like Indie-Rose was, this is what a vegetarian does:

Eat this

Love this

Sounds pretty awesome right?

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P.S. Indie-Rose's mum told The Mirror that she hasn't eaten meat since this moment 3 months ago :) Share some love for Indie-Rose in the comments below, and for her family for being so supportive of her choice.

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What a clever and compassionate little girl, we all have a lot to learn from her love
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Jane Starkey Jane Starkey 12 August 2015
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I love dogs and cats and all other creatures great and small.  I'm trying to do my  part for the animals by focusing my energy on the South Korean dog meat issue.  I have recently posted a petition on CARE 2 and hope everyone who reads this will sigh and share it widely.

Warning: the picture posted with the petition is very graphic.

Here is the link:

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/336/181/524/
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