Accompanying the brutal images on Instagram Stories, he posted broken heart and crying emojis, asking people to 'open their eyes'.
He shared a message that said: "If you can't bear this with your eyes, don't put them in your mouth."
He added: "Go plant-based."
Just yesterday the athlete took to Instagram stories in search of a vegan chef to come and work for him.
He wrote: "I'm looking for a vegan chef to come work for me.
"If you are one or know of one please DM [direct message] me."
Hamilton ditched animal products last year in a story broken by Plant Based News and shared by global media outlets.
The documentary What the Health appeared to play a role in his decision to transition to a plant-based diet.
Announcing the news, the star wrote: "Going to watch What the Health Tonight.
"I'm on a mission to go vegan, people. Animal cruelty, global warming and our personal health is at stake."
Hamilton has claimed that going plant-based has improved his mental and physical outlook.
In an interview before finally clinching the championship, he said: "I feel the best I’ve ever felt physically and mentally.
"All year I’ve felt very strong mentally, but I think physically I’m now taking also a big step and that’s really the decision I made to change my diet.
"The best decision was obviously moving to this team; the second best was changing my diet."