Condemn Meat Farm for Incredible Animal Abuse

Target: West Coast Farm, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma

Goal: Demand the West Coast pig farm end its unnecessarily vicious treatment of its animals

Recently, an undercover investigator spent three weeks at the West Coast Farm in Oklahoma. While there, the investigator discovered the horrendously cruel and unnecessary treatment these pigs were receiving and filmed a video to show the world. Condemn this farm for its inhumane treatment and urge them to change its practices immediately.

The investigator, who works for Mercy for Animals, documented a horrifying variety of cruel practices these animals were enduring before being slaughtered. They included injured piglets prematurely tossed and abandoned into “dead” piles; piglets getting their tails chopped off and testicles roughly pulled from their bodies without any painkiller; beating, kicking, punching, and general cruelty for no reason; pigs slammed headfirst to the ground; and pigs having bowling balls launched at their heads.

The biggest question right now is why is this disgusting behavior allowed to continue. With a few relatively minor changes, practices like these could disappear forever. Simply because there are people willing to pay for the meat of a pig does not mean that animal must suffer so greatly during its life.

Demand that the West Coast Farm of Oklahoma immediately alter their usual treatment of these pigs. No animal deserves such abuse, especially one already destined for slaughter. This type of unnecessary cruelty is disgusting and should never be allowed to happen.


Dear West Coast Farm,

I recently heard about the undercover investigator that infiltrated your staff. While there, the investigator witnessed incredible and unnecessary cruelties in the treatment of the pigs. Please end this practice immediately.

The evidence released by the investigator shows pigs being beaten, kicked, slammed to the ground, and more. None of these actions are remotely necessary and as these animals are already destined for death, it seems incredibly cruel to make their short lives so miserable.

Change the way animals are treated at your farm. Animal abuse is never okay in any situation and especially in the case of the farm when it has nothing to do with prepping the pigs for slaughter. I look  forward to hearing about the new, humane practices to be implemented among the staff members.


[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Petr Kratochvil via Wikimedia

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  1. Susan Pateracki says:

    People have viewed animals as objects for so long that refuse to treat them as they should and not abuse them. Animals have a God Given Right to be here and not to abuse them. The evil hearted people harm animals first. The problem with animal abuse has escalated and needs to be ended now.
    The increase in cruelty has started Factory Farms, Fur Farms, Wildlife Killing Contests, the darkest treatment of animals is happening right now, today.
    The implication of ignoring the problem and continuing animal torture has resulted in a large drop in morals of compassion and kindness generations. Morals continue to drop lower and have developed into constant pet abuse and torture. People light their pets on fire. People torture and hang their pets from trees. The lack of compassion has had an extremely negative result of today.
    The two most Vulnerable Victims are children and animals. Neither can protect themselves; communicate to others what is being done to them. People abuse both because it gives them a feeling of power over their Victims. We have a moral obligation to protect those that can’t protect themselves from deviant behavior of people.
    The lack of empathy has Bred people who torture the innocent, become Preditor’s who get enjoyment out of achieving the feeling of power over their victims. The amounts of pets being tortured are at an alarming rate. Every day people are setting their pets on fire, hanging them from trees, starving them. Every person in this nation needs to know and needs to stop all animal torture. The lack of empathy is far reaching in our country. People are being raised to torture animals, a Society of Serial Killers. The torture is of all types disturbing.
    True humanity does not allow us to impose such sufferings on animals. It is our duty as Humans to extend our circle of compassion to all animals as well.
    Today’s moral breakdown is unbearably evil. Love of animals is a universal impulse, a common ground on which all of us may meet.
    By loving and understanding animals, we humans shall come to understand each other. It’s a matter of taking the side of the weak against the strong, something the best people have always done.
    The awful wrongs and sufferings forced upon the innocent, faithful animal race form the blackest chapter in the whole world’s history.
    Love of animals is a universal impulse, a common ground on which all of us may meet. By loving and understanding animals, perhaps we humans shall come to understand each other.
    As long as people will shed the blood of innocent creatures there can be no peace, no liberty, and no harmony between people. Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul is never awakened.
    If people have no compassion, God has no compassion for them. Every animal has a God Given Right to be here and not to be abused and tortured. All animals were created with the same emotions that Humans have. God would not create animals with these emotions if they were meant to be tortured.
    Animals cannot speak, but they can suffer, and their Creator, God, knows their sufferings, and will hold those who cause them to suffer unnecessarily responsible.

    • You definintely hit the nail on the head. I do not understand why God is not protecting the innocent. I will never understand this. Humans should not be around whatsoever. Take humans away and the earth will rebound and continue on like it was meant to. Humans have committed so many bad things and wrong deeds that there is not enough paper on this planet to write it all down.

  2. Every day I become more disheartened with the human race. What is wrong with us? How can so many be so cruel to living, helpless sentient beings? These individuals should face harsh punishment for their evil actions. They should face the same treatment at the very least. Sickening and may they die a hellish death for causing unbearable, unspeakable pain to innocent animals.

  3. Cheri Henderson says:

    I’m so happy that when I got ahold of this story you,the People with Hearts would help me with this situation. Thank You All Keep It Going We Will Make It A Better World.THE MEN IN THE PORK FARMS VIDEO NEED TO BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE TOO OTHER WISE THEY WILL KEEP ON DOING IT SOMEWHERE ELSE,SO IF YOU KNOW OF THESE PEOPLE LET US KNOW YOU WILL BE KEPT ANONUMUOS.

  4. Kenlyn Moore says:

    I do not understand why or what is so complicated about those ‘powers that be’ to make one simple law that protects all animals from all harms…period. I realize enforcing the law is another story. But if the law is stringent enough, no exceptions and without grace, where it will come down on the lst offense, it would certainly help be a deturrent. Hire from the ASPCA, The Humane Society of the USA etc. the inspectors to help, to start to put an end to this madness.

  5. Sheila Jefferson says:

    May they burn in hell.

  6. Dr Sol Myers says:

    I have spent a lifetime in animal-rescue work. My conclusion is this: The most useless being on earth is the “human” being. The rotten ones commit these unspeakable crimes against animals, and the “good” humans just
    shake their heads, say “tsk..tsk..tsk” and sit on their hands. One “good” person even told me:”I just sit in a chair and picture White Light. Then I feel better!” Instead of getting up off their arse and putting a stop to it! Without humans, this world would be a much better place!

  7. Dr Sol Myers says:

    P.S. It was learning about this criminal behaviour against animals that turned me into a proud vegetarian. My health has improved greatly, as has my outlook on life. Try it !!!

  8. Why the Pope doesn’t ask all his fellows in this world to be vegan or at least meatless? I got that the Catholics and Christians in S Korea all go to eat dogs and cats after their masses and religious gatherings. The dogs and cats are even being tortured and are suffering 100% worse than these pigs. They are fed with human wastes that mixed with their own pees and poos and suffer from extreme heat and cold and all ears are burst to avoid barking and live boil them …. we must immediately help do something to shut down all dog farms in S Korea! All these cruel, barbaric and inhumane dog/cats breeders must be burnt in hell at once!

  9. Wish the planet would open up and swallow the evil. I had a ‘friend’ watch that PETA video with Paul McCartney and he said it was wrong to treat animals like that, but it ddnt bother him enough to make him stop eating meat. Hes part of the problem. You eat meat, your part of the demand. You cant get angry at other countries for eating what we consider domestic animals and then go have a burger or pork chops.

    • Gina chronowicz says:

      I agree that there wouldn’t be a problem if everyone gave up meat. Rather than objecting to the type of animal another culture regards as food, for me it’s all about the treatment meted out to that animal, wherever it occurs. It just happens that the countries that eat dogs and cats treat them horrifically as a deliberately chosen method prior to an often prolonged cruel death. Everyone should be angry about that.

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