10.05.2009


























hi today im going to write about soy-milk. i did not write this weekend because i had some friends spend the night at my house.for breakfast we ate cereal drenched in silk soy-milk. they did not notice it was soy-milk,heres a pic of us eating breakfast.

all cows should be able to give their babies milk just like my mom gives my baby brother milk. why dont we all buy soy milk instead of having to milk the cows go through all that torture?imageine how scared the cows must be when there taken to the machine to be milked? i really dont get it.

above is a pic of a milk farm filled with extremely depressed cows.

if i commited my life to save any animal it would be the cow ,i want the cows to be happy like us.

peace! . think of the cow .

19 comments:

Bex said...

I don't get it either. I just keep talking to people about it and hope that they understand that humans drinking cows milk (or any other animal milk) doesn't make sense. Most people don't know that the babies are taken away from the mother cows. Most people don't know that a cow doesn't constantly give milk, that she has to have a baby first. It's crazy what people don't think about huh? So we just have to remind them to think about it.

Jeni Treehugger said...

Shae - with awesome people like you being the new generation there is hope for the cows yet.
:)

JBirch22 said...

This is why :P

http://www.foodrenegade.com/dangers-of-soy/

Buy/make almond milk instead.

PS: You're awesome, Shae!

Kelly (shae's mom!) said...

JBirch22- we feel comfortable with soy, thanks for the concern though!

Monique a.k.a. Mo said...

I couldn't agree more! This is a great post.

Becky said...

I agree, Shae! Keep up the good work!

Shanna said...

I don't get it either, Shae. Great post, kiddo. Keep up the good work!

Jenny said...

Stopping by from V MoFo...always enjoy reading other vegan kids' blogs...and we love our soymilk, too!

Veg-In-Training said...

Great post. Most people don't realize how that milk gets from the cows to the carton. So thank you for your post and for spreading the word on how poorly the sweet cows are treated.

Megan said...

WORD!

Anonymous said...

Great post!

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from indonesia said...

I agree with you.
but it is only good for your country, but in my country Indonesia, it is very difficult to be realized because many people are living from raising cattle to sell milk. because there are no other jobs.
Your blog is very good, I'll visit again.

Keli The Great said...

You should be very proud of yourself little man! Good for you for making such a great blog. It can't be easy being a minority and still sticking with your lifestyle choices. we need more people like you out there being more compassionate towards all life! you're making a huge difference! think about all the cows you've saved by not drinking all that milk! keep up the good work!

adriana stewart said...

Hi,I am Adriana Stewart. I am eight years old and I have been vegan for four months. I live in Topeka ,Kansas. I really understand how you feel about cows. Really,I mean,like dude,who would want to be forced to do stuff like that? that is so horrible. sometimes I just go telling all my classmates what they are doing to those poor animals. I really understand what you mean.

Warwak said...

Crush those corpse-munchers!

jamie said...

What a great post. Can't wait to show my 4 and 2 yr old.
Keep it up! YOU ARE AWESOME!!!!!

private tutor said...

we are now campaigning for saving our planet and we must include all the life forms. thank you for this nice blog. i hope people realize that we need to think of the cows too.

Millie said...

Very good and very impressive.

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L2baker said...

Hey Vegan Kid!

I just stumbled upon your blog and wow! It's awesome! Be proud of yourself! It is great to see young people passionate about veganism!

Go Animals!