So, I see alot of people that become very upset about the way they are kept, and quiet honestly I get sick to my stomach when I see tractor trailer full of chickens stuffed in little crates to me taken to slaughter, or wherever they are going.. One of the reasons I spend so much time and money into making a huge area for my chicks to run and flap their wings and chase bugs around in, is to makeup for the fact they all could be have their heads chopped off any second during the day. I also know alot of people like reality setters will say, "Well you eat chicken don't you?" And my answer is always, "Yes, but I do." But that is doesn't excuse the fact I dont think animals should be kept in lock down, and do nothing but constantly eat to get fat, the killed without a feeling of remorse. My grandfather is native american, I was raised with wolves, hawks, owls, watched my grandmother tame bobcats, mom fed coons and possums on porch, and I had a pet crow who injured his wing and I babied him for about a month, and when it was time to let him go he just sat on my shoulder and let me pet him for the longest time, and then about 30 minutes went by he took off. I think every animal should be treated with respect. Not, "-insert your belief here- put you here, so you could sustain human needs/wants." Cause maybe they are here as consumption for us, but it's still a life, and they still want to play and feel the wind in their feathers the same way we want to feel it through are hair on cozy warm days. I just think life should be respected, or maybe im just a little delusional from the way I was raised? What are thoughts about this?