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Live Chickens Dismembered at KFC Supplier in Japan

KFC is at it again. The latest PETA footage uncovers the barbaric and sadistic treatment of chickens at a farm supplying the global fast food franchise.

Tortured for Fast Food

At a Japanese farm supplying fast food chain KFC, workers were seen wringing chickens’ necks before dismembering them while they were still alive. The chickens were fighting for their lives as their chests were torn open. Workers did not always succeed in rendering the birds unconscious, and some birds were placed in refrigerators while still alive.

Other chickens were thrown and kicked around like soccer balls and left to die slowly in dumpsters. Live chicks born with “bad legs” were also simply thrown away like garbage.

Chickens are intelligent and inquisitive animals with complex social structures, adept communication skills, and distinct personalities. They do not deserve to be torn apart so that humans can eat their body parts.

Help Chickens by Breaking Free From Cruelty

Cruelty is pervasive in animal agriculture, which treats animals as commodities instead of living, feeling beings.

There’s no need to eat chicken flesh or anything else that’s stolen from animals. Restaurants, stores, and cafeterias everywhere offer tasty vegan choices, making it easier than ever to leave chicken flesh and other cruelly produced foods off your plate.

KFC has already successfully rolled out vegan fried chicken at various locations around the world, so now is the time for the chain to make the transition to an entirely vegan line.

Why? Because going vegan is proven to be the easiest and most effective way to combat the climate catastrophe and prevent further loss of life for humans and other animals.

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