Y Love 1

         Welcome to Y Love 1!

Do you want to become vegan but you don't know where to start?

Or have you ever wondered why anyone ever would want to? Or maybe your parents just don't approve or care?

Well, you're in luck, because Y Love 1 can answer those questions. The best part is, we're just like you! We have gone through many situations like yours on our way to becoming vegan, so you won't feel left out.

Be sure to look through our whole website...it's all  kid-friendly and easy-to-understand!

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I'm sure almost everyone has seen bacon or ham before, but have you seen a real pig? Below you will find two very different lives a pig can have. After this, you might not want to eat that bacon with your breakfast anymore.

For Kids. By Kids... for the Animals

  In this video, Toronto Pig Save is giving the pigs fresh water and love to make them feel better, since they can't save them from the terrible death ahead of them. Since this is slightly hard to watch, due to how scared and hurt the pigs are, we suggest you only watch it if you are 8 years or older

  This is a video of a pig from Wishing Well Farm Sanctuary (Bradford, Ontario) that we took ourselves when we visited. He's definitely a messy eater, but he's also very happy to be safe and eating his apples! Isn't he adorable?!

Vegan-tastic
Treat of the Month!


 

 


Lush
 CHARITY POT

Hand & Body Lotion

(Available  at LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics)


Recently, we went to a young activist named Jasmine Polsinelli's Silent Vigil against the fur trade, and soon after went to Lush, which was just across the street, to stay warm. There, a very nice lady showed us the Charity Pot, and we fell in love. By buying this lotion, you're donating to good causes like Education for Nature Vietnam. Also, this lotion makes your skin smooth and silky (in a vegan, no silk involved way). I use it every day, and I don't know what I would do without it. Make sure to get this sweet smelling, creamy hand and body lotion next time you go to Lush!

Our Inspiration

The "Why Love One But Eat the Other" campaign, led by groups like Mercy for Animals and Toronto Pig Save, inspired us in the naming of this website.