Normal to believe lambs and sheep should be pets?
I just can't stand the thought of lambs and sheep being slaughtered for meat. They should be pets, like cats and dogs. I've seen some YouTube videos of lambs, the way they frolic, jump, and run around so happily, and I've seen a few videos of people having a lamb or sheep as a pet, and they were even more playful and affectionate with their owners than dogs or puppies are. There's something so happy and innocent about lambs and sheep. I really don't think there should be anymore slaughterhouses for them, at all! Pigs, chickens, and cattle, I don't object as strongly to them being slaughtered, as long as they're being stunned and not suffering for one second, I can't stand the thought of any animal suffering. And I still eat beef, pork, and chicken (they're being stunned and not suffering). But lambs and sheep shouldn't be slaughtered ever, even if they're stunned. Cows, pigs, and chickens don't have that same happy innocence as lambs/sheep, and don't contain the same level interest as befriending and loving humans as pet owners. Cows and pigs can attack people too, and do. But lambs/sheep never attack anyone, and they are just too happy, playful, affectionate, and innocent for me to be ok with the thought of them going to slaughterhouses. Anyone else feel the same?