(refutation of disagreement with 6. C.)
Refutation of claiming that animals are not avoidably harmed for "meat":
- Animals who are raised for food are commonly "factory farmed." That is they are kept in cramped, disease-ridden quarters, kept alive on antibiotics. It is cheaper because meat is sold by the pound, and virtually anything which can negate an animal's quality of life is more expensive to provide, such as fresh straw, amusement, room to socialize, light, and clean quarters. Confinement itself is a form of chronic harm or slavery awaiting animals bred as "domestics."