Animal Revenge

It was a cool fall afternoon with a breeze that blew just enough to keep you from sweating.

As the leaves crunched below our feet I joined Andy Warthog for a mid afternoon glass of red wine. After a few minutes of silence, I looked over to see the Warthog with a single tear tracing his cheek. “What’s wrong?” I asked.

Andy sighed as if he was in deep thought and said, “I am just really stuck on this Big Farm Corporation bullsh*t. I’m over the horrendous treatment of the animals, just so large corporations can pump them full of hormones and breed them in inhumane ways. It’s exhausting feeling like we, as the general public, can do all we want, but the large corporations have yet to make a single change. It’s almost like it’s not enough for us to fight, it’s as if they expect the animals to put up a fight too.” 

As Andy spoke, I could see the passion and emotion in his eyes. It was clear that this was a subject that was very close to his heart. I encouraged him to go on. 

“That’s why my Animal Revenge collection is so important. I really wanted to highlight the thought of, what if animals had like guns and sh*t to even the playing field. Would that finally be enough?”

He went on to tell me about his collection, and how he had used different mediums to create powerful and thought-provoking pieces that depicted animals taking revenge on their oppressors

Andy paused to catch his breath, “Sorry, its the wine, it makes me cry sometimes.” 

In a world where animals are often seen as nothing more than a commodity, it’s important to remember that they have feelings, they have emotions, and they deserve to be treated with respect and dignity. Andy’s Animal Revenge collection is a powerful reminder of this and a call to action for us all to do our part in making the world a better place for animals. Together we can make a difference.


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