A common vegan argument is that we are giving 'a voice to the voiceless' however a common misconception of this phrase may be that animals do not communicate with us. However, I disagree. I think any pet owner will tell you their lovable companion communicates to them in one way or another, even outside of a bark, meow or even moo. Communication is not always verbal and as I want my product to possess some sort of anthropomorphic form, I want to show emotion through it in the same way an animal communicates through expressions and mainly facial features.
RECOGNIZING an animal
These features may not show as much, if any emotion, as the previous examples have but they do identify which animal the anthropomorphism is trying to represent.
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