Hope Not Hell: Could you send a pig to slaughter? | Viva!

Hope Not Hell: Could you send a pig to slaughter?

These pigs are nearing six months old. The age they would sent to slaughter in Britain after spending their short, brutal lives trapped on factory farms. These are the lucky ones, who will live happily ever after on a sanctuary.

[WARNING: GRAPHIC FOOTAGE]

    

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Hope and her piglets were rescued from slaughter by Viva! and Dean farm Animal Sanctuary. Watch her dance of joy at www.viva.org.uk/hope-not-hell

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