My cat has gone and eaten all the meat in a meat pack he bought.
And when I asked him why he did so, he said he thought he would be able to put it down.
He had a big grin on his face.
But the reason he did it was that he has been eating all the bacon he can find.
The animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) is also outraged by the way the meat is being handled.
The group says it has contacted the supermarket, and is awaiting comment from the meat industry.
PETA has called on supermarkets to put an end to the “rampant slaughter” of animals, and said they need to be more responsible with their supply chains.
“The meat industry is not a responsible supplier,” said PETA’s head of campaigns, Sarah Warr.
“And it’s not even the best way to slaughter animals. “
“We know that if you’re doing it right, you can kill up to 20 per cent less meat and still get the same amount of meat.””
We know that if you’re doing it right, you can kill up to 20 per cent less meat and still get the same amount of meat.”