I don’t think it’s the worst thing. She’s probably a vegan for the cruelty not so much animal rights (not saying she’s not focused on that). It’s not what I would do but ehh its her life and she isn’t contributing to the number 1 thing I’m against, factory farms (and other animal abusers)
Well, if those animals are happy, I see no problem. If those animals are being treated humanly, then I’m fine with it.
Why is everyone getting so angry about it? All of this spite is why us vegans are so stereotyped.
Need more info on her neighbor’s chickens.
I know of a rural residential property that has lots of chickens running around on it.
The people who own the property did not purchase the chickens and they don’t breed the chickens or use them for any kind of business.
The chickens were already on the property 40 years ago when they purchased it and they’re still there.
The chickens live their lives as they wish and the property owners collect and eat the eggs that they leave laying around, and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with them doing so.
It may be unhealthy and disgusting (I’ve always been grossed out by eggs myself) but not wrong.
If Ellen happens to be getting her eggs from such a place, she’s in the clear.