And now libs are coming after our pets to save the planet?
Weighing the environmental impacts of pets, one expert suggested reducing the rate of dog and cat ownership in favor of other animals.
In The Highlight, find other measures dog- and cat-lovers can take to reduce their pets' carbon footprint: https://t.co/RQEenJV8VM
— Vox (@voxdotcom) April 27, 2021
And Vox’s subhead:
From the meat-based meals to kitty litter to plastic poop bags, pet care is unarguably bad for the environment. What can we do about it?
Well, for starters, they can leave us alone about it?
Liberal explainer journalists literally want you feel bad about everything. https://t.co/78WmS792G2
— Tim Carney (@TPCarney) April 29, 2021
Mind you, they’re telling you how to reduce the footprint of your dog or cat with things like using sawdust instead of kitty litter and — we’re serious here — turning your dog into a vegetarian and they don’t even touch on what other animal to switch to:
It's actually really really funny that this piece does not end with any specific recommendation of what this "other animal" should be
Like what ballpark are we thinking here, we talking alpaca, potbellied pig, hamster, goldfish, lizard https://t.co/5EnBPkRoDB
— Arthur Chu (@arthur_affect) April 28, 2021
If every American did exactly what Vox said in this article, would it even make a measurable difference?
US military carbon footprint vs. you having a second cat https://t.co/sc5gHcSD1F
— Marc Normandin (@Marc_Normandin) April 28, 2021
And why should we change a single thing when the people who fly around in private jets are the ones lecturing us about things like this?
The fashion industry contributes 10% of the carbon emissions in the *entire world,* but sure, pets are the issue. https://t.co/Lq45gzCFgq
— Susan Arendt (@SusanArendt) April 28, 2021
Even libs aren’t on board:
I am desperately asking you to consider abolishing capitalism instead of your dog https://t.co/N5AdN6gwse
— abolish the police sparks ??⚾️? (@kyliesparks) April 29, 2021
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