Rebecca Knowles

The Circle Has Closed

In the Guardian’s monthly round-up on “Animals Farmed”, I read that France has exported 2,000 breeding pigs to China to help them recoup losses caused by African swine fever. Almost a quarter of the world’s pigs are expected to die from the outbreak. Fifteen ducks in an American lab studying …

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The Vegan Roadshow 17 March at 05:50 ·  Hi Everyone, due to the worsening public health situation, we took a decision at the weekend to cancel all our upcoming events until further notice. The health of the public, and ours, is paramount. We also feel that people will be understandably reluctant …

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Who we are

Who We Are Vegan Outreach Scotland (VOS) holds to the vision of a sustainable Vegan world where no sentient being suffers to become our food, our clothing, our science experiment or any other form of exploitation. Appealing to the public to change their eating habits is, of course, just one …

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The Darkness of Spring

Spring is a stressful time for me. I dread it. Eggs fall out of nests, fledglings fail to launch, underweight hedgehogs don’t wake up from hibernation, and worms surfacing in the spring rains after a long dark winter are promptly eaten.
Nature can be brutal. But there are also the unnecessary, human-made tragedies that our fellow animals are forced to endure.

Vegan Pets

It took us a while to get there, but now all of our 11 dogs are happy, healthy VEGANS! Main stream manufacturers of dog and cat food have done a fantastic job of hiding the fact that commercial pet food is made from found-Dead, Diseased, Dying, and Disabled animals (the …

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