Tags: TV, cat, cats, kittens, media, More…report, television, vegan
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If you start getting a lot of grief then it might be a good idea to direct the media towards companies who've had a lot of practice in dealing with inevitable questions raised. Veggiepets is the biggest retailer in Europe and their customers can't all be wrong. Might help if other people in Sweden who feed their pets vegan/vegetarian diets came forward.
It's also important for people to remember that vegan pet foods are usually made to AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials) standards (all the professional ones I know are) which is a respected important organisation with no animal rights bias.
Ahh, now they've made a small article about it in NWT (local paper). The headline was ''Kittens forced to be vegan''. Swedish media aren't very fond of animal rights, are they?
Should be a link to the article down here, it's in swedish, of course.
Very nice, seems like they're healthy to me, I am no expert on kittens though. As always when SVT makes a report on animal rights, they seem not be very fond of them.
I also noticed that right beofre the report on your kittens they mentioned that in Kil, you always get to choose between at least two dishes in the school cafeteria. There are always three dishes though, but I suppose they don't count the vegetarian one.
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