Decrease the number of factory farms in North Carolina

Decrease the number of factory farms in North Carolina

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Sanjana Bhatta started this petition to Governer Roy Cooper (North Carolina)

     This petition is based on changing the amount of factory farms in the state of North Carolina.  Currently, there are about 48, 000 factory farms slaughtering and abusing innocent animals who did absolutely nothing to get horribly hurt.  North Carolina is one of the most populous states for factory farming and is only leading to more greenhouse gases getting emitted into our toxic atmosphere and is also leading to countless numbers of deaths.  If you don't know what factory farming is, it is a revolting way of killing animals by mutating them and causing genetic abnormalities.  These mutations cause the animals to grow at an unusual rate just so they could be decimated.  Animals also deserve a healthy and successful life the way we do, they also share this planet with us.

     The reason I chose the objective of this petition to specifically be North Carolina is because North Carolina is the state that has one of the most factory farms in the USA.  One of the negative effects of these factory farms is the amount of manure that gets produced.  All of this manure eventually reaches water and makes water unhealthy to drink.  Another negative effect of these factory farms are the amount of hogs being killed.  Animals have emotions too, they also have brains and blood and nerves.  It is cruel to blindly abuse and slaughter all of these animals and deprive them of their lives when they clearly have the chance to live an amazing one.

     In all, this petition is a plea to humanity to help save these tormented animals and help save the amount of animals dying cruelly for our appetite.  Thank you for taking the time to read this petition and if you would like to sign up, please do so below.

 

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