Thursday, November 26, 2015


To all my friends who might eat an animal today ‪#‎Thanksgiving‬ was a turning point for me, it was the handling of a dead turkey for Thanksgiving that make made the connection, while I was handling his dead body, I saw my cat, same weight same color, walking alive around the house. I did some research on how turkeys lived and died... By December I have quit eating chickens and any birds, by April on my b-day, I was a vegan. Let reason and compassion enter your heart ‪#‎GoVegan‬

Monday, November 16, 2015

Turkeys and Thanksgiving

#Turkeys are wonderful birds millions of them die for #Thanksgiving
We must evolve and learn to celebrate
without murdering animals!

My friend Ellen and I went leafleting the past days
creating awareness on the suffering of turkeys
and all the resources we use to feed them & kill them.

California is on the worst drought recorded in history
and a raising a turkey alone takes over 8,000 gallons of water
That is crazy! When you can have a compassionate Thanksgiving
Eating a vegan meal and not having a dead body
at your table...

Please consider saving a life this Thanksgiving,
helping your planet, the animals, and your health!

A Vegan Thanksgiving
A Plant-based Thanksgiving

my friend Ellen and I leafleting with my handmade poster
We leaflet at any chance, during the week on the evening and on Sat and Sundays

Friday, October 30, 2015

Halloween at work

Halloween fun with coworkers!
the witches of CASAS
Cute co-worker
Dead fingers, these were 'accidentally' vegan
Do you recognize me?
Sadly not all the food was vegan, but I brought Meatless Meatballs with BBQ and there was a Sweet Potato chili vegan!
Caramel apple station
Cowgirl with caramel apple instead of gun
I have more co-workers but these are the brave ones who had customs

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Food Revolution Film

Every second in the U.S. 300 animals are killed
300, 600, 900, 1200... we can stop this.
Food Relovution Film by Thomas Torelli
Support this project here we need this film out.
Please watch the trailer here.

Choosing food with awareness is a revolutionary act that can change the world.

Friday, October 23, 2015

Hurricane Patricia, Global Warming, Animal Agriculture and Man-made Climate Change

A letter (e-mail) to my co-workers:

All this talk about hurricane Patricia being the strongest recorded in history adds to the concern of  animal welfare, human welfare, and the future of our planet…
“Scientists have linked the global ocean temperature departures from average to manmade global warming, in addition to El Niño.”

On manmade global warming and climate change: The meat industry (chickens, pigs, cows, dairy, eggs) is number 1 cause of global warming, 51% of greenhouse emissions are coming from animal agriculture.

“Livestock and their byproducts account for at least 32,000 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year, or 51% of all worldwide greenhouse gas emissions.”

This is more than all transportation: planes, trains, cars, COMBINED.

Goodland, R Anhang, J. “Livestock and Climate Change: What if the key actors in climate change were pigs, chickens and cows?”

Every minute, 7 million pounds of excrement are produced by animals raised for food in the US.
This doesn’t include the animals raised outside of USDA jurisdiction or in backyards, or the billions of fish raised in aquaculture settings in the US.
All that excrement is polluting our rivers and creating ocean dead zones. There is a huge problem in North Carolina with hogs and manure.

It is not just about the ‘meat’ or animals we eat, but the water needed to grow the grains they eat, the antibiotics we feed them (70% of all the antibiotics sold in the US are administer to farmed animals) and all the waste the produce that has ‘nowhere’ to go, the energy needed to run slaughterhouses, transportation, freezing of the corpses, etc. etc. etc. Beans and broccoli come from farm to fridge to table, and don’t poop, plant-based protein is more readily and easily digested by our bodies too.

I have read some of Chris Hedges work, I didn’t know he is a vegan:
"I'm a vegan, and I'm a vegan because the animal agriculture industry maybe surpasses the fossil fuel industry in terms of destroying the planet, and you can wake up tomorrow and be a vegan." (don’t have to join Greenpeace and leave your job to fight the fracking industry or Exxon) On California: "And you're enduring this drought. It takes 1,000 gallons of water to make one gallon of milk [source: Water Footprint Network]. And milk's not even good for you. It's made for cows, it's not made for humans. It's made for baby cows. Who we kill."
– Harvard-educated journalist, best-selling author, professor, Amnesty International Global Award for Human Rights Journalism recipient, and member of the team of reporters at The New York Times awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 2002 for the paper’s coverage of global terrorism Chris Hedges of Truthdig
“What We Choose to Eat Is Killing Us and Our Planet”
You can watch the video here, on FB but open to the public
Thanks for reading, there is something we can do every day to help our planet and our health and we can do it 3 times a day, with our forks.

Thursday, October 22, 2015

KFC's Pink Bucket Sad Joke

#KFC #KentuckyFriedChicken #BreastCancer
Kentucky Fried Chicken's Pink Bucket to 'help'
cancer research is the biggest sad joke on women

KFC killing women but using pink buckets

Chicken, even skinless and boiled is the top 5
Cancer causing food... so yes, KFC better give
a lot of money to the cancer patients, since they are
make them sick on the 1st place!
Here the rest of big offenders:
Foods with most saturated fat
Watch NutritionFacts.Org video:

Chickens are also the most abused animals in factory farms!
and the most misleading "health" food out there.
Read why Chickens are NOT health food 
As see how these poor intelligent charming creatures are treated

If you really want to prevent breast cancer, any type of cancer,
diabetes and heart disease
eat a whole plant-based diet
a healthy non-processed vegan diet.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Monday, October 19, 2015

Flesh of your Flesh (article)

Flesh of Your Flesh

Humans say they love animals...
but they eat them.
The abuse them in so many ways.

Please act accordingly, make sense
and Stop Eating Them
Wearing Them
Experimenting on Them
Laughing at Them
Betting on Them
Live Vegan.

This year, Americans will consume some thirty-five million cows, a hundred and fifteen million pigs, and nine billion birds.

Saturday, October 17, 2015

I, Chicken and Vegan Outreach at Balboa Park

Today was a great day! #VeganOutreach #IChicken #PETA #BalboaPark
I got to work with my dear friend Ellen for the animals
we leafleted hundreds of materials
Vegan Outreach Compassionate Choices,
Vegan Starter Kits from PETA
Truth or Drought leaflets (which I proudly designed)
SeaWorld information (anti-captivity anti-SeaWorld)
and FARM's You Have Been Lied To (please read these leaflets the have the most complete information on all the natural resources used for every animal we eat, it is very eye-opening to see this!)
People were kind and receptive today!
Me and Ellen at Balboa Park, our favorite place for vegan outreach
At the park were also our friends from PETA
with the exhibit "I, Chicken"
a fantastic virtual reality experience and lets you
see how chickens are taken from an open field
into a cage, and eventually a conveyor where
they will be killed.
The video is cartoon-like and is not gory at all,
there is no blood or violent images, so it's apt for children.
PETA did a great job, read more about it.
The I, Chicken team traveled from Los Angeles to educate about chickens and animal suffering
My dear friend Izabela, vegan, activists and music fan, we saw Morrissey together! #MozArmy
Christopher Locke, author of Persimmon Takes on Humanity
Brian, Mexican American super cool vegan activist and girl watching I, Chicken
People were really interested on the experience and understood how chickens felt in cages and conveyor belts

Friday, October 16, 2015

National Feral Cat Day, October 16. Help a cat!

Today is National Feral Cat Day
Please help today, and every day, a cat in need.
I have so many stories to share...
but the rescue of Lucky is the closest to my heart.
This feral or abandoned or stray cat that Herr Gato
brought home a while ago...
you can read the entire story I blogged some years ago
He lives happily now adopted by my two dear friends
Mione and Perro.

Please adopt and help a feral cat!
Here another story of that gorgeous silver tabby
who I was very lucky to find a home for!

Lucky before being rescued and adopted
Lucky after a couple of months living at a loving home
and the silver tabby!
Read his story here