1. How did you became vegetarians?
Giving up one animal product after another. Gradually trying new vegetarian recipes etc. My mum went vegetarian shortly after I did (when I was about 14), so her being vegetarian too helped a lot.
2. Did you born as vegetarian? If not please answer 4.
3. Did lots of Animal Right's slogan about meat convince you to be vegetarian?
No. Initially, it was about 20 years ago, and the thing which made me decide to go vegetarian was watching a classmate's presentation about pig farming, and also seeing the film Babe, especially the opening sequence of that film. I just saw the way they were housed and thought, that's wrong, I don't want to contribute to that. I stopped eating pig meat soon after, and went vegetarian probably a week or so later, changed back to occasional-pesco-vegetarian for a while, back to vegetarian, and a few years after that, vegan.
4. Did you had meat before you became vegetarian?
5. Do you think Lolita the Orca need to be free from Miami SeaAquarium?
I don't know the specific case, but I don't agree with animals being kept in captivity for human entertainment, when it's against the animal's best interests.
6. How do you feel about animal circuses?
Don't like circuses with animals, as there are many cases of physical and psychological abuse documented, as well as the fact that carting the animals around on the road all the time also causes them psychological suffering, and they're not allowed to follow natural instincts.
7. Would you tell Whole Foods Market not to sale rabbit meat?
I wouldn't tell anyone not to sell meat, as that would be pointless. They'll sell if it they have customers. It's better to give the customers reliable information about the suffering involved in meat (not just rabbit meat), so they can make more informed decisions about whether to buy it or not.
8. If there was no vegetarian restaurants and what would you order at non-vegan food places?
I would order a vegan meal at a non-vegan restaurant. I do that relatively frequently, and don't live anywhere near any vegetarian restaurant. I will generally phone or email first to check whether they're willing to cook something vegan, and generally they are if they have some notice.