Pigs beaten to death by repeatedly being hit on the head in Slaughterhouse

There is no doubt that poor animals have been experiencing immense torture by human beings who think he is the only living being to enjoy the resources, freedom and many more on Earth.

Man can do anything tight from rearing a bird or an animal to slaughtering it for his own table purpose. But, he doesn’t realise that animals too deserve freedom and everything they want.

The voiceless creatures end up getting trapped at the hands of the evil humans who are greedy enough to kill them, eat them and make money out of them. This is because the so-called other living beings cannot protest against the killings or the discrimination against them.

Cruelty beyond imagination:

Shocking images have surfaced from a Thai slaughterhouse showed how the animals are treated and it is really disturbing.

The heart-wrenching pictures show the workers beating the pigs to death.

The photos have been captured by 43-year-old Jo-Anne McArthur, founder of We Animals Media, which is intended to ending animal cruelty.

“I wasn’t the first to be welcomed here; the owner of the facility thinks it’s important for people to see the process of slaughter and once welcomed a group of veterinary students to spend a morning here too. He said that many of them vomited,” Daily Mail quoted McArthur as saying

She further added, “On this particular day, I was welcomed and escorted through the slaughterhouse doors with an invitation to spend the morning taking photos. I explored the circuit; the holding pens, the kill floor, and the area where the animals are gutted, dismembered and packed into trucks.”

Talking about the pigs she said, “Some screamed. Others seemed mute and immobile. Others shook. Many tried to escape when they were prodded or dragged soaking wet to the kill floor. Fear is recognisable across most species, and with the pigs here, it is undeniably palpable.”

“Amid the chaos, pigs were left to bleed out for a minute or so in groups before another worker would jam a hook into their leg and then heave the animal into a vat of boiling water.

The men would then set to scraping the pigs clean of hair, using sharp knives in a shaving motion, then deftly severing their heads and hooves. While men did the slaughtering and butchering, it was Burmese women in the back rooms who emptied and cleaned the pig intestines and organs,” she explained.

With inputs from Daily Mail