What if you were a cow and you needed to milk a calf?
It’s the same scenario as being an elephant, and the same problem as having a calf and not being able to do it.
It’s a question we’ve been asked for a while now, and I think it’s a valid one.
We need to be asking the same questions with respect to animals, so let’s start with the cows.
If you’re a cow, then you can answer yes, and you should, because we’re talking about the same thing.
If your calf is born without a heart and you’re lactating, then your cow has an illness.
It might not be as serious as the illness of a human, but it’s still an illness and a serious one.
And we have a lot of suffering and loss of life caused by the disease, which is why I was so keen to do this podcast.
You’re not alone, there are millions of cows and calves suffering from illnesses and loss.
The problem is, we don’t know what the cause of these illnesses is.
What we do know is that it’s very easy to get a false diagnosis, so the way you do it is by asking people you know, “Are you really an elephant?”
Or, “Do you really live a life of luxury and comfort, and don’t eat the milk?”
If you have a cow who is dying of cancer, what would you tell your friends and family about the death?
If your cow is having seizures and you want to help, would you do a radio interview about it?
What if your cow was shot and you just wanted to know if they were alright?
These are all questions we can ask ourselves.
It doesn’t matter what you believe, you can ask these questions, and they’ll help us all to know that the cow is not dead and it’s not dying.
There’s a lot more to life than milk.
If cows don’t have hearts, what do they have?
What do they do?
When does it stop?
What does it mean to be a cow in the world today?
It might seem like an odd question to ask, but in a few months’ time, we’ll know the answer.