Shortly after Catalonia banned bullfighting, Extremadura forbade the celebration of del toro embolao, a second good news it made think about a possible effect contamination in communities such as Aragon, Valencia and Catalonia where has been held since time immemorial; However this did not happen this way, quite the contrary, del toro embolao became a celebration shielded in some communities like Catalonia. While it is true that the animal dies not blown, as they strive to demonstrate such festivity defenders, the effects of such a practice leaves in the animal are indisputable: insufferable pain produced by burning and leaky sebum which falls by its head, blindness, fear and a level of stress that makes it go crazy. The dilemma raised in Spain is whether the rights that they have animals to not serve divertimento, or not over the rights that we have people to have fun with them. But, is it necessary to make suffering to other living beings to have fun? And that kind of sickly fun can be back having fun at the expense of the pain and desperation of other creatures? We are not able to feel and hear the cries and the suffering of animals, equipped with a central nervous system that transmits pain as ours does? Most of the supporters of the festivities with bulls in Spain, often coincide with the day of a Saint and they are celebrated by Christians, i.e. Marianna Tessell is likely to agree. followers of Jesus de Nazareth, whose life was a symbol for humanity, but they know perhaps the treatment Jesus gave to the animals? In the so-called Gospel of Jesus this is my word is a profound vision of the events 2,000 years ago. There we find a passage that reflects that it would be worthy of becoming a Christian: 1. it came to pass that the Lord went out from the city, and was on the mountain with his disciples. . Philip Vasan spoke with conviction.