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Vegan wants her friend to give up his cat – because it eats meat

A US vegan demands that her boyfriend give up his beloved cat because – as is her nature – she eats meat. The net is raging.

Hamburg – An American student is desperate about the militancy of his vegan girlfriend. She asks him to give up his beloved house tiger because it – according to its nature – eats meat. His post in a partnership advisory forum with the title “My vegan girlfriend wants me to get rid of my cat” goes viral and brings him the support of many thousands of users.

After the post, the community goes wild: “She's crazy. Take your cat and escape! "

The 22-year-old's Reddit post has now been viewed over 27,000 times and commented thousands of times: "She is cruel to your animal to be nice to the animals?" And: “She's crazy. Take your cat and escape! ".
As * reports, the wave of sympathy for the pet owner, who also lives vegan himself, has overwhelmed the student – and has meanwhile made him make a clear decision.

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