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Activists Worldwide Fast in Solidarity on World Day for Farmed Animals

There are 160 million animals each day that suffer in transport to an untimely demise. These sentient beings are denied basic needs for days as they suffer in the shadows.

PR.COM: ‘Tuesday, October 2nd, animal rights activists around the globe will fast in solidarity in observance of the 36th annual World Day for Farmed Animals. “There are 160 million animals each day that suffer in transport to an untimely demise. These sentient beings are denied basic needs for days as they suffer in the shadows,” said Ally Hinton, FARM Marketing Director. “Activists fast in solidarity this World Day for Farmed Animals with the 70 billion farmed animals who will meet this fate in 2018.”

World Day for Farmed Animals takes place annually, on or around October 2 in concurrence with Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday. 2018 marks the 36th anniversary the international day of action which includes vigils, marches, demonstrations, and social media advocacy. “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way in which its animals are treated,” Gandhi famously said’. SOURCE…

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