Hi! Ms Frog here, and I’m here to tell you why I chose to be vegetarian! First off I really care for animals truly, I think they are beautiful creatures and deserve to be treated as such. (Warning! This is all my opinion and if you chose to eat meat I don’t disagree at all!, that is your belief.)

 

I think the meat industry is corrupt and here are a few reasons why.

•Most animals awaiting death are being kept in awful unhealthful conditions such as wrong habitat set ups, hot weather, and starvation
•Some animals are also in such bad conditions that they have viruses, this is a common thing in animals but it can still spread when they are dead and therefor can be transferred to the humans while eating

 
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•Some meat industry has direct connections to climate change, many trees and wild life have been plowed down to store the live stock

 
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Animal Cruelty:

•Many many products are tested on animals to see if they will be able to be used for humans, some of these things can result in blindness and many other awful things, and overall it just hurts the animal

 
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On a lighter note though, I simply just never really liked meat, I liked smaller food like Berries. People I looked up were vegan/vegetarian so I gave it a shot and it just stuck. Once you get in the flow of being vegetarian you realize there is much more options out there including eggs, beans, and tofu in the form of a chicken nugget, another example you might have heard of would be impossible burgers.

 
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Really, there are many delicious things to eat other than meat.

Thank you for reading. Ms Frog

 
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Introducing Miss Frog, artist and author

 
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Miss Frog colored the Elmer the Elephant PDF on her iPad as an example. She used the PDF and she filled in the spaces with a variety of colors and textures. She has many talents and is an artist.

 
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The Story of Ferdinand (1936) by Munro Leaf and Robert Lawson is about a pacifist bull. He prefers to smell flowers. Miss Frog helped Miss Owl enjoy this book.

 
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Elmer’s Christmas by David McKee is a sweet story in the Elmer elephant book series. While the adults work on festive preparations, Elmer takes the young ones up the mountain. Seeing their first snow, they have a fun time. They find a tree they can “easily return.” Good idea! In this story, the baby elephants want to give people gifts, too, not just receive presents. And Elmer, a star among the elephants, helps the young ones meet Papa Red. Miss Frog is a star who helps Miss Owl read and create art.

 
Why Ms Frog is a Vegetarian
 

Hi! Ms Frog here, and I’m here to tell you why I chose to be vegetarian! First off I really care for animals truly, I think they are beautiful creatures and deserve to be treated as such. (Warning! This is all my opinion and if you chose to eat meat I don’t disagree at all!, that is your belief.)

 
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Why Ms. Frog adopted a pet hedgehog!