Imagine, you got a strong punch between your eyes, you heard a dull noise and then, if the butcher had at least set the bolt well, you would become unconscious by the shot of the captive bolt pistol. If the butcher did not set the bolt shot well, you would even have to witness how you would be hung up on a tube track on chain-links. Your heart would and should still beat so that the blood can drain on the subsequent cut through the carotid arteries or the breast stab. Blood drainage would stop oxygenating your brain, so death would finally occur. This is what would happen to you if you were born as cattle and were slaughtered for the consumption of meat by humans.
If you were born as a pig, you would be lowered in small groups of at least two to eight animals in gondolas or baskets in a 9 m deep pit, which is filled with CO2. Since CO2 causes severe shortness of breath, you would pass out after about 15 seconds with breathlessness and fear of suffocating and gasping for air. Afterwards you would be pulled up again and automatically tilt out of the gondola. Then you would, while hanging, bleed out, by a cut through the carotid artery, which would lead to death at last. The blood withdrawal would have to be done at short notice, because otherwise you would wake up. This is what would happen to you if you were born as a pig and were slaughtered for the consumption of meat by humans.
Directly from the transport boxes you would be hung upside down to a conveyor belt, which, from now on, would transport you to the various death preparation stations. If you were lucky, you would first get a jolt of electricity for eight to fifteen seconds, triggering some kind of epileptic seizure and eventually leading to unconsciousness. If you were not so lucky that you would be knocked unconscious by a jolt of electricity, you would experience how, while you are hanging upside down on the conveyor belt, your carotid artery would be cut. This is what would happen to you if you were born as a chicken and were slaughtered for the consumption of meat by humans.
10 July 2019 Danielle H. Jolissaint