London Chicken Save Vigil & Public Outreach

Tue, March 13, 2018

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
10 Cuddy Blvd, London, ON, N5V 5E3, Canada (map)
  • Animals
  • Vegan
Event Description
Event hosted by London Chicken Save.

Cargill Meats is a chicken ‘processing’ plant in London Ontario. Every day, around 80,000 chickens are brought in on trucks and slaughtered. That’s 400,000-500,000 lives taken a week.

This is just one factory, in one city, out of the entire world.

Please join us to bear witness and bring awareness to the animals slaughtered in our city. Please share this event, ‘invite’ Facebook users and bring family and friends with you. The more people we have, the more of an impact we can make. But, big or small turnout, an impact will be made.

2:00PM -4:00PM: If you are able to provide transportation, please use this page to create discussion about carpooling. The number 36 bus stops out front of Cargill.

We will gather at the bus stop across from Cargill. At that point we move to the front of the slaughterhouse and/or Crumlin Side Rd and Oxford and then to the corner of Oxford and Veterans Memorial for public outreach and leafletting.

Please park along the side of the road on Artisans Crescent.

Bring signs and leaflets if you’d like (loving and peaceful messages only please) your camera, and your HEART. Please be sure to bring water and weather appropriate clothing.

We are a love-based group who believe that we can achieve more through compassion than through force. This includes anger vocalized to truck drivers. Although we are all angry at the trucks and what they are doing, we gather to show empathy for the animals, spread compassion, and raise awareness. ♥

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“When the suffering of another creature causes you to feel pain, do not submit to the initial desire to flee from the suffering one, but on the contrary, come closer, as close as you can to him who suffers, and try to help him.” – Leo Tolstoy

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