Why do "animal lovers" getting upset when their pets dies, but can still eat meat without feeling bad for the animals they eats?

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Both pets and other animals are animals. Farm animals like cows, chickens, sheep and pigs isn't lesser animal or worth than animals like dogs, cats etc. So why do many "animal lovers" still eat meat without feeling guilt or feeling bad for that animal that got killed, but gets upset when their pet dies?

I doesn't considering myself as a pet/animal lover and I do love meat. I have always seen animals as either food or a resource for us human beings, not friends. I'm against animal abusing, because that's just pointless. But killing animals in order to get food, clothes etc. is fine for me and actually it makes sense because of the food chain. But I doesn't understand why many "animal lovers" support killing animals and then eating them, but complains if their pets dies. If they are "animal lovers", it would make more sense if they feels bad for farm animals too.

Another point: If you as a animal lover really cares about animals rights, why do you have pets instead of letting the animals live in freedom in the nature? Forcing a animal to live with you without letting them decide is captivity. The cats and dogs in your home were probably something you could buy without their consent, so technically that would be slavery or captivity.

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Why do "animal lovers" getting upset when their pets dies, but can still eat meat without feeling bad for the animals they eats?
In my opinions: Either you are a animal lover or you aren't. If you only loves certain animals, but eats other, you aren't a animal lover. Because you are able to kill someone/not loving them. It would make more sense to say you likes certain pets, but not all kinds of animals in the same way; because they are food.
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