Why are slaughterhouses getting away with violating hsa?
The HSA, Humane Slaughter Act was supposed to ensure that animals are getting stunned 100℅ unconscious and enduring no pain or suffering, but I've read and seen videos of people violating the act and getting away with it. And, I've read that very little action has been taken towards slaughterhouse workers who have violated the act.
I am strongly against animal suffering and don't like them getting slaughtered, but I can accept them being slaughtered better if the lambs, pigs, chickens, and cows are really getting stunned 100℅ unconscious for slaughter and feeling absolutely nothing between the second they're stunned and the second they pass away from their blood draining out from getting their throats slit. I hope that they're feeling nothing, but some of the sources I've seen are showing otherwise.
I know that many people don't understand how I feel since there are still lots of meat eaters in America, and they don't seem concerned about this. Hell, I've worked with people who came from farms who used to do their own slaughtering, and one guy even told me he didn't always render his animals unconscious and that inspite of the HSA, the law generally doesn't care that much if it's violated because they're livestock animals and hey, there is meat served from these animals in almost every restaurant and sold under cellophane in almost every grocery store and supermarket across the country.
I know that many people don't care about this. Is it normal that I feel so concerned about the animals and can't stand the thought of them suffering?