Moral Vegetarianism, Part 8 of 13

Animal Ethics

Becoming a vegetarian is the most practical and effective step one can take towards [sic; kbj] ending both the killing of non-human [sic; kbj] animals and the infliction of suffering upon them. Meat-packing companies might encourage, for example, an increased dog population to take up the slack. One suspects that the SPCA and the American Humane Society have done more to stop cruelty to animals than vegetarians ever could.