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Fish: They feel pain, too!

Wishful Thinking


Most people don't get to see fish in their natural habitat, such as these spawning carp.


We think of fish enjoying life as shown in an underwater film or in an aquarium.



Or, we envision them jumping out of the water as in these animations.

(Fish - Carp Spawning)  This male and female carp are swimming along the stones on the edge of the lake to deposit their fertilized eggs in a relatively safe place.  They're doing this in the manner that God ordained for them to propagate their species.   There are many fishermen on this lake, too.  Many of them catch the carp, which they consider a "trash" fish, in the furtherance of their "sport".  A "sport" in which humans take pleasure without the least regard for the pain and suffering they are causing these magnificent creatures.  Furthermore, no creation of God deserves to be degraded; for all are precious in the sight of the Lord.

Photo Source: The Mary T. and Frank L. Hoffman Family Foundation

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The calf photo in the masthead these pages is from Farm Sanctuary with our thanks.

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