Once a mother dairy cow gives birth to a baby calf, they are separated. The mother goes back to the milk farm. The baby calf cries for its mother as the baby is pulled away, off to a dark barn where it will be put into a tiny crate. The calf will live there for several months, unable to move around, with skin ulcers and breathing ammonia fumes. This baby calf will never see the sun light of day. Then it will be slaughtered for veal meat, calves liver and a leather coat and shoes.
While the baby calf is being killed, we humans are sipping on our milk, spreading butter on our toast and eating our ice cream with sprinkles on the top.