A new study from the University of Guelph reveals that some 35 per cent of dog and cat owners are keen to put their meat-eating pets on a vegan diet.
Thanks for doing your part to normalize insanity, Mr. Cuban!
So, where are the people against cruelty to animals when you really need them?
Granted, dogs can get by as omnivores in extreme circumstances, but cats don’t fare as well eating veggies and whatnot.
And even when a dog is consuming non-meat items, it is out of necessity, not choice, so this latest survey is making me really question those in the radical vegan movement, not that I wasn’t questioning their intellectual fortitude before, mind you...
A vegan diet for dogs is nothing short of animal cruelty. Furthermore, since there’s no looming dog food shortage on the horizon, it’s fair to consider the real motive behind this move.
As far as I’m concerned, (and my pet Dexter the Wonder Dog confirms it!) this is really about politicizing pets as opposed to doing what’s right for their health and well-being.