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“The mission of A Better Life for Animal’s is to educate and enlighten children (as well as the general population) in a non- invasive and child friendly presentation regarding the inhumane treatment of animals. While this applies to all, the emphasis is on farm animals trapped inside the business known as Factory Farming. The Author is in the process of publishing three children's books as well as building a website where kids can connect through the book’s QR code to learn more.

Factory Farming in North America is defined as "a system of rearing livestock animals using intensive methods, by which poultry, pigs or cattle are confined indoors under strictly controlled conditions". Often times, this method of farming livestock is specifically designed to maximize production while minimizing costs.

In the act of minimizing costs in Factory Farming, animals suffer egregiously. Just within the United States, approximately 10 billion animals are raised for dairy, meat and eggs each year. Unfortunately, much of the Factory Farming industry does not honor or facilitate the well-being emotionally, physically or environmentally of the animals they raise. Factory Farming also contributes negatively in various ways to environmental issues on a global level.

A Better Life for Animal’s intention is to create awareness and promote a Vegan lifestyle. A plant-based lifestyle can diminish the demand for Factory Farming products, minimize negative environmental impact, and save lives.

The benefits of a Vegan lifestyle are immeasurable to human health, environmental conservation and the preservation of our animal friends.

Currently our plan is to donate 100% of all book sale proceeds to end factory farming.

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BOOKS

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Gabriel

How Saving one Calf Changed an Entire Community

A story by Cheryl Moss illustrated by
Irene Blasco
With epilogue by Leah Garcés, President, Mercy For Animals

The pandemic hit.
Our world was in chaos,
and then there was Gabriel.


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Cluck 

One Little Fowl Discovers What’s Truly Foul

A story by Cheryl Moss illustrated by
Irene Blasco

COMING SOON


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Pickel

Can one Little Pig Weather the Storm?

A story by Cheryl Moss illustrated by
Irene Blasco

COMING SOON

Gabriel

"Claire grew up at a time when dogs were pets that families would love and care about. Same with cats.

But it was also a time when other animals who were just as smart and just as adorable were raised to become meat on Claire’s plate. These animals were not offered the love and comfort so many pets were given. (…)"


GET INVOLVED!

Welcome

You are here because you want to learn more and offer help to animals like Gabriel. It’s a big task but what could be more important than to help an innocent creature who cannot speak for itself?Together we can make a difference.

Let’s talk about cows. Cows are quite simply, beautiful animals. They’re affectionate, intelligent, serene, and like all animals deserve to be treated with kindness and compassion.

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DID YOU KNOW...

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That cows are very smart?

They’re able to think out problems, come up with solutions use that knowledge the next time. They can get very excited when they figure something out, as if to say “I did it!” They also have great memories-can recognize faces, places and most especially the location of their babies.

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Cows form strong bonds and friendships?

Just like us, they form friend preferences and are happier when they can be together. Just like humans, cows seek pleasure and love to run and play. Sometimes cows want to be left alone. Just like us they are creatures of many moods.

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They love their babies?

They are very affectionate and protective towards their calf’s. If given the chance, a cow will nurse their calf for up to three years. Sadly, this is not allowed to happen in a factory farm environment. Cows grieve deeply, just like we do.When a calf is taken away, the mother will cry for hours, and fall into a deep depression. She will search for her baby, just as the calf cries for her mother. It’s tragic, but it doesn’t need to happen.

ABOUT ME

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Cheryl Moss


Who I am and why I’m doing this

For those of us fortunate enough to have lived long lives, to have raised a family, to have had a career, there comes a point when you ask yourself, “what’s next?” I’ve been asking myself this for many years. I am an animal lover, a devoted dog parent and an advocate for a Vegan lifestyle.

Life is full of choices. Many of us were raised eating meat and dairy products. We eat it without giving too much thought of where it came from. We try to ignore the cruel treatment an animal has endured to land on our plate.

I was once that person. But I like to say that over time I “woke up.” Once you let compassion and care step ahead of convenience and training, I believe that all of us can grow into making kinder and healthier choices. It happened for me.

It is my hope these books with their gorgeous, vivid images and simple message reach the young who are still formulating their values. I hope it speaks to their parents who thought enough to buy it and are reading it with their children. Let’s teach our young that there’s a better way.

Time is of the essence. We no longer are afforded the luxury of taking our time. The planet is changing rapidly. Animals are suffering needlessly. It breaks my heart. We cannot retreat into a slumber that the old ways will survive. Together let’s help push the needle. This website is committed to being a safe place for young minds to learn more about what a difference they can make when they choose to be kind.

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Illustration & Design

Irene Blasco Studio

www.ireneblasco.com

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Publisher

Lantern Publishing & Media

www.lanternpm.org