WeAnimals: “We’re in Changli, a city commonly referred to as the ‘fur capital of China.’ It is home to an industry that would under normal circumstances be impenetrable to outsiders with cameras. But today, we are welcomed as customers, accompanying volunteers from a Buddhist animal sanctuary to document the ‘mercy release’ of over 5,000 foxes and raccoon dogs.”
Animal rights activist Regan Russell, 65, was struck and killed by a pig transport truck in front of Fearmans slaughterhouse on Friday, June 19, 2020. Regan was at a Toronto Pig Save vigil with 6 other activists giving pigs water on a scorching hot day. She regularly attended pig vigils and on this particular day Regan was there to oppose Ontario ag gag Bill 156, which had passed two days prior. Regan died trying to expose what Bill 156 will hide. Regan was born and raised in Hamilton and moved to Winnipeg where she became a model. She was an animal activist since 1979 and enjoyed spending time with the family’s seven rescue cats.
Again, researchers found that intake of plant protein was associated with lower death risk and deaths from cardiovascular disease.