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    Canadians for Ethical Treatment of Food Animals (CETFA)

    Canadians for Ethical Treatment of Food Animals, C.E.T.F.A. for short, is a registered non-profit society. C.E.T.F.A.s purpose is to promote the humane treatment of animals raised for food. We exist to work towards the compassionate treatment of food animals, so that their lives may be free from pain and fear, followed by a humane death.

    Tina Harrison founded our group in 1990, when Tina met with four others to discuss the massive abuse of animals under intensive factory farming conditions. They visited barns and slaughterhouses and witnessed animal transport situations. They were deeply disturbed by what they saw.

    Educating the public became very important. Few people seem aware of the cruelty inflicted on conscious animals, with their capacity to feel and fear, before they arrive as food on our dinner plates. We strive to inform people about the appalling suffering which is hidden from view in the production of cheap food.

    We have members from all across Canada. People who recognize the problems we face and want to do something about it - consumers, producers, and many of the farmers who see first hand the untold suffering that results from factory farming.
    Box #18024, 2225 West 41st Avenue
    Vancouver , V6M 4L3
    Contact Person: CETFA Vancouver
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