Quote by George Bernard Shaw

We cut the throat of a calf and hang it up by the heels to bleed to death so that our veal cutlet may be white; we nail geese to a board and cram them with food because we like the taste of liver disease; we tear birds to pieces to decorate our women's hats; we mutilate domestic animals for no reason at all except to follow an instinctively cruel fashion; and we connive at the most abominable tortures in the hope of discovering some magical cure for our own diseases by them.

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This quote highlights the inherent cruelty and senseless violence that humans inflict upon animals for various reasons. By describing brutal practices like slaughtering calves for white veal, force-feeding geese for the taste of diseased liver, tearing birds apart for fashion, and conducting cruel experiments on animals, the quote emphasizes the disturbing nature of our actions. It questions the morality of these practices and suggests that we partake in them blindly, driven by instinct or habit, without considering the suffering we cause to innocent creatures.

By George Bernard Shaw
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