19Oct Sparking grassroots movement to end farm animals’ misery: Interview Categories: Uncategorized Share this: Share Print Email Pocket Digg Pin It Share on Tumblr Sparking grassroots movement to end farm animals’ misery Like this: Like Loading… Author: torontopigsave 2 Responses to "Sparking grassroots movement to end farm animals’ misery: Interview" Reply laura nashman Posted on November 25, 2012 at 4:20 am The site is so sad and yet so necessary that the truth be seen and told. Recently, a restaurant has been opend in Leslieville called Rashers, and I have a great idea for springboarding off the idea that McDonald’s is using with their social media poster campaign. Apparently, Rashers has a website and FB page so it would be possible to ask, “Do the pigs have free roaming and is the transport and slaughter more humane than the factory farming ones? I don’t believe in the slaugher of any animals; however if it is all the rage to have this restaurant specialize in all pig products and I heard through the grapevine that they are looking at expanding to 2 more locations that could be a good thing to ask on their website, in a non-confrontational way: Also, if any sort of leafletting could occur outside the restaurant so that passersby, (in this up and coming area that is artistic and family-oriented and many have companion DOGS), they could make the connection: WHY LOVE ONE and EAT THE OTHER? Just an idea. Thank you. Reply http://shoband.com Posted on December 25, 2012 at 2:24 pm Do you have even more blogposts like this one called, Sparking grassroots movement to end farm animals misery: Interview « Toronto Pig Save? I actually want to read even a lot more about it. Thanks a lot. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.