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Animals In Print
The On-Line Newsletter

From 14 February 2002 Issue


The practice of kindness toward helpless creatures is a sign of development to the higher reaches of intelligence and sympathy.  For, mark you, in every place there are those who are giving of their time and thought and to the work of protecting from cruelty and needless suffering the beasts of the field and streets.  And you will invariably find that these people are amongst the most progressive and sympathetic and intelligent of a city's populace.  They are the leaders of every good work.  These are the people who make the earth...more like what God intended it should be.
---Rev. George Laughton

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