most vegetarians would have not many problem killing flies and mosquitoes. Veganism is an ethical lifestyle (and political) about causing as less harm as possible to all animal forms of life.
Do vegan people kill mosquitoes?
Some vegans won’t kill any insects. Some vegans will kill insects that suck their blood or may cause some form of harm. I generally try to remove the insect – saying “shoo fly!” to flies works really well…) but sometimes – depending on moods and how irritating said insect is – I will remove by any means possible.
Can mosquitoes be vegan?
There is no good reason to kill a mosquito or any animal, and doing so is blatantly not vegan and no worse than killing a cow for food. Hell, at least the cow actually gets used for something. The mosquito is just killed for convenience.
Can vegans use bug spray?
In this case, yes, most vegans must be ok with using repellent so this does not harm mosquitos. I use natural plant oils to keep pests away.
Do vegan people kill bugs?
Every vegan on the planet kills insects.
Do vegans kill cockroaches?
Yes I have and yes I will kill roaches, mice, rats,mosquitos and any other vermin who may be bringing disease into my home or make conditions unsanitary. How does that differ when being vegan? I have never once had a cow, chicken, pIg sheep or goat try to enter my home or my yard.
Can vegans kill mice?
Veganism is the decision not to eat meat and the products of animals. Veganism has very little to do with vermin. I know plenty of vegans who eradicate pests ruthlessly. Absolutely not, I don’t think vegans what any creature to suffer needlessly.
Is it OK to kill a fly?
In general, you kill a fly, create a mess (pretty much all fly killing methods create a mess) and potentially traumatize any witnesses in the surrounding area. But that’s ok.
How do vegans deal with pests?
The animal rights group PETA even has issued guidelines on humane ways for restaurants to deal with pests: orange peels to ward off flies, bay leaves to keep roaches away and rags soaked in peppermint oil to deter rodents.