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Originally posted by decadence
oh should we kill our fellow human too? since we are part of the 'reasons the climate change.
Stop feeding lies to people. Climate is changing and it always has with or without us.
Originally posted by TheRedneck
reply to post by brilab45
Now, now, it's not a "pet tax", it's a "reduced-price prorated pet-specific carbon credit". People will accept that much easier than a "pet tax".
I just wonder if it'll transfer with the pet or remain with the purchaser. You know, like they do with automobile license plates?
To come up with those stats, the Vales measured the amount of land used to grow crops -- or raise livestock -- used in pet food. They found that it takes 0.88 acres to supply the meat and cereal eaten annually by an Alsatian, as well as the packaging for the feed.
Michael Bellingham, head of the U.K. Pet Food Manufacturers Association, says the vast majority of pet food is in fact made from the leftovers of livestock killed for human consumption, meaning the "environmental impact of pets is minuscule."