15 Photos of What Your Hamburger Is REALLY Made Of

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Posted March 25, 2015 by Hannah Healy

A pair of frightened, confused eyes watch the huge trucks that will carry him and his friends to their deaths.

Once loaded, the cows are helpless and can do nothing but peer through tiny holes.


Compassionate men and women from Toronto Cow Save approach the trucks, ready to capture some of these animals’ last moments on Earth.


What they see inside is heartbreaking.

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Cows strain to reach fresh air through the tiny holes in the truck.


The terror in their eyes is easy to see.



They are packed in tight with little room for movement. They are not given food or water.


There is no relief from the stench …

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 … and no protection from the cold.


This is their last day alive.

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These gentle animals will be shot in the head with a captive-bolt gun, hung up by one leg, and taken onto the killing floor of a slaughterhouse, where their throats will be cut before they’re skinned and gutted.

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Can you imagine eating the flesh of those scared animals? Cows feel pain and loneliness, just as your cat or dog does. Eating meat pays for this cycle of abuse and death to continue. Save lives by pledging to go vegan TODAY!

All photos courtesy of Anita Krajnc/Toronto Cow Save

Check out our Guide to Vegan Meats to help get started!

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    617 days ago

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    i cant even handle it.

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