PETA Wants Cow’s Milk To Be Used Only To Feed Calves


People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), a non-profit American animal rights organization functioning for ensuring a safe world for the animals. This organization has millions of supporters across the world. Their main aim is to save animals from being killed and harmed. They are running their organizations in many countries including India.

PETA India

PETA was set up in India in the year 2000. They also have the support of many celebrities and well-established people. They also nominate ambassadors to promote their cause. They became very popular in India, especially in Tamil Nadu when they asked to withdraw Jallikattu stating that the sport torments the bulls. Jallikattu is a famous traditional sport in Tamil Nadu conducted predominantly during the Pongal festival. The people of Tamil Nadu unitedly stood against the ban and, PETA lost ignominiously.

PETA, India has been promoting the westernized Vegan diet which is slowly finding its path in our country. The vegan diet which forbids the consumption or usage of animals and animal-based foods or products promotes a plant-based diet. Many notable people follow and promote vegan diet. As a part of the promotion, they have posted a tweet regarding switching to plant-based milk. They have made themselves get trolled for posting a tweet thread. The tweet starts like, “Cows milk is for calves, not humans. Switch to plant-based.” This tweet has opened an ocean of endless trolls and comments that lash out at PETA’s promotion.

PETA in their tweet thread has come out with their own justifications to support their stance. Nevertheless, these justifications have been lambasted by the people. PETA has put forward an opinion that leather industries acquire the slaughtered cattle given to the dairy factory, indirectly implying that the dairy factories supply slaughtered cattle. People allege PETA being biased. The tweets have ridiculed PETA for its unfairness.


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