Jun 20, 10
Read in May, 2010
Not what I expected. Very interesting though. I got it because of my interest in Temple Grandin who has a PHd as well as autism. The book goes into great detail about how animals think and behave ans how we react or respond ans also tells a lot about animal industries. Some of this was hard to read and makes it easy to understand vegetarian philosophy. I like how ms Grandin describes that we must treat all animals humanely including those who are waiting or being slaughtered. She talks about Mc Donalds and I was a bit slow to pick up that she actually worked for the Golden Arches McDonalds. She inspected their meat plants and if practices were not up to her standards, mc Donald s would drop them--gave me some respect for the firm that I had not previously had.Temple Grandin is a very fascinating person, so different but at the same tom so like my kids at school.