If you’ve ever wanted to know about the moral
and ethical reasoning behind why someone would want to change the
diet of their companion animals to a vegan one, this book will
answer any questions one might have (and then some!) Jed Gillen is
a talented writer, musing between science, personal experience and
humor relating to this subject that is oftentimes difficult to
explain to non-vegans and is still a touchy subject among many of
those that are vegan themselves. If anything hits home about making
the connection between the meat industry and how feeding animals a
meat-based diet supports it, this book is one to really make you
think about a topic that normally is not discussed. 103 pages.
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From Candis of Calgary, Alberta on 10/25/2012.
Insightful, informative, and unbelievably entertaining.
our 2 kitties have been happily vegan over 4yrs because of Jed's book!
From Renee MBM of Gold Coast, Australia on 8/14/2010.
We have the 1st ed of this book: brilliant, concise, fun arguments for cats, dogs, and people going vegan. We adopted a 5yo girl and a 1yo boy from a refuge. 4 years later: they haven't had any problems being on vegan food! They love it. (They also like the Crananimal supplement + lots of filtered water!... and chickpeas and seitan and tofu every now and then...) Our now-9yo girl is very lively for an inbred "ornamental" fluffy breed, too. The boy is now a 7kg large, athletic, oriental cat (not fat) - he was skinny 2kg when we brought him home... Vegan food can work for cats!
Crude rude language
From Crudely written of West Frankfort, Illinois on 4/8/2010.
This author has some good points crudely and rudely stated. I regret paying for it.I have been mostly vegan for many years, have several cats and rescued many more. At one point I did try to feed them vegan but it didn't work out ... much diarrhea and they definitely didn't like it ...
This is what you can do with a philosophy degree
From Beth Sopko of New York, New York on 2/4/2010.
The second edition of this book really develops Jed Gillen's core ideas and remains a fun, entertaining read. Considering the vehement counter-attacks from people who insist cats and dogs are obligate carnivores who *must* have meat, the light tone of this book (along with important, difficult-to-refute points) is welcome.
Good argument for making your animal companions go veg
From Tweety of Saint Petersburg, Florida on 7/1/2008.
I made the decision to feed my dogs a vegan diet after reading this book. It makes sense.
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