Emily died in her stall peacefully at the Abbey, and was buried
with honor. Fortunately it was an isolated incident outside of the
cattle industry. If Emily's death had occurred in the cattle industry,
however, the obviously cancerous parts would have been identified,
sprayed with a green disinfectant, and her carcass and cancer would
have been sent to a rendering plant where it would have been rendered
down for dog and cat food, cosmetics and fertilizers.