Monday, November 23, 2009

Thank The Turkeys

MALIN, Ore. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – When giving thanks on Thanksgiving (Nov. 26), don’t forget to praise the turkeys that are feeding you.

Every year, millions of turkeys are slaughtered to feed families on Thanksgiving, and animal communicator Heidi Wright says right before dying, the birds feel an enormous amount of fear and sadness.

That’s why people should make sure to at least say “thank you” to the feathery friends for dying to feed their bellies.

She says, “I think it’s a good idea to take a moment and say, ‘Sorry, Mr. Turkey, for giving up your life. Thank you for giving me sustenance.’”

In talking to turkeys, Wright has found that some of the gobblers understand that they’re dying to provide a meal, while others have no clue why they have to be beheaded.

Though they have every reason to, turkeys don’t hate humans for killing them, so long as they’re treated well in life and murdered in a humane fashion.

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