The dawning reality of Brexit means that we live in interesting times.
By extension, the sentient animals that we share our island of Great Britain also live in interesting times.
Remainers, in contrast, argue that Brexit will lead to national isolation, economic depression and endless waiting in European airports.
Rather, it is our sentient nonhuman British fellows, and particularly the billions of farm animals, that are in the greatest danger of a calamitous drop in living standards.
If you were a pig on a farm, a rat in a lab or a deer roaming in the wilderness, the chances are you would be better of living in the EU, rather than outside of it.
Secondly, there are a great deal many more farm animals than there are other categories of animal.