fully vegan ----------- Loving Hut http://lovinghut.us/houston/
Vegan Cafe (Monday, Wednesday, Friday lunch/dinner select Saturdays)Sunshine's Deli(formerly known as Sunfired Foods) (at a new location September 2015) Garden Kitchen (at Dr. Montgomery's clinic) Pat Greer's Kitchen (check for hours) Radical EatsPine Forest Garden (wonderful and affordable vegan buffet- now dinner too) Quan Yin (Now fully vegan) Pepper Tree (popular buffet - now fully vegan) Green Seed Vegan R.I.P.E. Food Truck! http://ripe-cuisine.com/ vegetarian ---------- Cricket's Cafe http://www.cricketscaffe.comBhojan's - now reopened Garden of Life Bombay Sweets East West Chat and Sweets Madras Pavillion May's Ice CreamSan San Tofu Shri Balaji Bhavan Udipi Udipi Cafe - Hillcroft Vishala Restaurant mostly vegetarian ----------------- Field of Green's Just Juice vegetarian-friendly ------------------- Chinese Indian Restaurant(Hilcroft just south of Harwin) Jenni's Noodle House http://www.noodlesrule.com O porto the glass wall shiva jason's deli t'afia La Fende Antidote Baba Yega Barnaby's Whole Foods Tomo Sushi Ziggy's Healthy grill Which Wich Chuy's Thai Spice Thai Pepper Onion Creek Einstein's Bagels Brasil Khun Kay http://www.khunkaythaicafe.com/ Kiran's http://kiranshouston.com Hunan Village Hobbit Cafe
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I would like to inform your readers considering attending the coming circus of why they should not attend. The use of live animals for entertainment is more than unfashionable—it is immoral by any standards. Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus is among the very worst documented abusers of elephants in business. For the well-being of both the animals and your readers, I ask them to consider alternative entertainment.
As a result of brutality against and neglect of animals, a 270 thousand dollar fine was recently administered to Ringling by the USDA for violating the Animal Welfare Act. The industry practice of beating elephants with bullhooks is routine and barbaric. The animals on show have been coerced with repetitive violence. Instead of roaming freely with their families, these animals are kept chained and on trains most of their lives. The over 100 million dollars in revenue the elephants bring to Feld Entertainment mean we will have to vote with our feet to stop it.
Ringling has also been found to have failed to test and treat tuberculosis in their captive animals. This means any contact with them may be a fatal health risk to adults and children attending.
Several US states and many nations have banned animal circuses outright or banned practices of abuse that Ringling and other circuses use daily, including bullhooks and chains. Concerts, parks, sporting events, children's museums, and human circuses are cruelty-free alternatives available. Skip the circus for another pastime. The kids will thank you now and as adults, as I have mine.
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