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  1. An Angora Goat says:

    Not only do you not understand what the term ethical means, but you make so many ridiculous assumptions here, and it’s shocking that you don’t realize that this is why so many people don’t like vegetarians or vegans. You have no idea what you’re talking about, and try to dictate how others who actually spend their lives with these animals think and feel about them. This makes it seem like you haven’t ever even been around much less taken care of or bonded with any animal that wasn’t a common pet, especially considering the outright asinine notion that someone won’t care about an animal unless it’s making a profit. Furthermore, stop trying to use buzzwords like “exploitation” in an attempt to misconstrue information that will get people to support your ignorant outlook, every living thing exploits and manipulates to world around it to survive, to live. That’s called life. The plants you eat (which also are aware of their surroundings, and are able to understand that you’re destroying them by harvesting them for food consumption) exploit the sun and minerals in the soil to sustain themselves, just as you exploit the plants, just as predators, scavengers, and again, even multiple plant species exploit other living creatures for food. Life is life, these things are intrinsically equivalent, and trying to act superior when you’re so obviously uneducated and uninformed on this subject only draws support from other ignorant people, hence why you’re presenting blatant falsehoods to keep them ignorant instead of actually encouraging them to learn, something you need to do more of yourself. No, plenty of people treat livestock, including angora goats, in an entirely ethical and even more, a loving and caring manner, whereas I imagine that you spend no time supporting or helping any animals whatsoever. You’re a hypocrite, and a particularly awful person for trying to spread ridiculous lies on top of it. Instead of trying to pass judgement on things you have no experience with, actually put yourself in these situations and see what reality is like, grow up and expand your understanding of the world instead of trying to openly degrade others with falsehoods. The difference between an animal that is nurtured and supported and one that’s neglected or abused is immediately apparent if you had ever spent time with these animals. You’re the textbook definition of a poser, and you’re going to inevitably cause more harm to animals, including human beings, than you’ll help by spreading completely incorrect information to others. You should be ashamed of yourself for such pathetic behavior, and your entire perception of the treatment of angora goats in particular is woefully and laughably false, which again, is quite obvious to anyone who actually spends time with these animals and puts in the effort to take care of them while you pretend as if you’re doing right by these animals, and the people who read this insane drivel, with a keyboard. What an absolute joke, you’re genuinely part of the problem when it comes to misinformation and your website should be taken down if this is the content you produce. Although it will likely be more trouble than someone like you is worth, I’m very much considering making your horribly fake insight into these matters known to others, you deserve to lose your outlet for nonsensical accusations posthaste

  2. Anonymous says:

    “ Additionally, many angora goats are confined to small pens or cages their entire lives and are never allowed to graze or roam freely.”
    This is not true.
    In South Africa the goats roam freely and are only placed in a pen when it’s shearing time or if it is cold and rainy weather.