Yes! I want to join millions of people who are starting to stand up for animals.
Food for Thought
Chickens, goats, cows, fish, and pigs are smart and unique individuals just like the dogs and cats we share our homes with. But behind the closed doors of modern farms they endure brutal cruelty. Most spend their entire lives in dark, crowded, waste-filled sheds. Some are locked in cages so small they can barely turn around. Because many animal cruelty laws do not protect them, farmed animals are often beaten, mutilated, and painfully slaughtered.
Together, we can expose and end this abuse. Join us in helping protect farmed animals by inspiring compassionate food choices and policies.
We are on the frontlines fighting to protect farmed animals. From factory farms to corporate boardrooms, courts of justice to courts of public opinion, Mercy For Animals is there to speak up against cruelty and for compassion.
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“In the past few years, Mercy For Animals has conducted investigation after investigation at Walmart pork suppliers across the country—and every time they’ve exposed horrific animal abuse.”
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“Mercy For Animals is on the front lines exposing the truth about what goes on in factory farms and slaughterhouses.”
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