Posted on: October 18th, 2016 by CR Admin 2 5 Comments

Thanksgiving can be a tough time for those who value the lives of all animals; it’s one of the first big family events of the fall & winter seasons where animals are often centre stage on dinner tables across the country.

That’s why many of us celebrate “Thanksliving” where compassionate meal choices are front and centre and where animals stay off our plates.


Dusty Miller & Mother Mary enjoying watermelon at Cedar Row; thanks for making compassionate choices.

5 Responses

  1. Monika says:

    I have been vegan for nearly 2 years now and have never experienced/practiced more thankfulness in my life! It really is true that this holiday and the upcoming ones are a struggle for people who know that these animals should be respected. Thank you for sharing this wonderful post! Vegan for life!

  2. Thanks for the post.Really thank you! Cool.

  3. John Faraday says:

    Great, thanks for sharing this post.Much thanks again. Cool.

  4. click me says:

    dERHzK It as hard to come by well-informed people for this topic, however, you sound like you know what you are talking about! Thanks

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