Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
From Rebecca Constable - 8 Feb 2004
I know you try your hardest to keep animals safe. But I've been on the internet and have seen a lot of animals and they have made a lot of progress.
But some of the photos were very grim, and therefore I don't think the photos should be on there. Because lots of people go on this website and I think you should take this photos off.
But I understand why you are keeping it on because people who have hurt or neglected animals need to see what harm they have done!!!
by Rebecca Constable, age 10
Reply from Frank L. Hoffman
Thank you very much for writing to us about your feelings. You have also correctly understood why we have published those photos of animal cruelty.
People need to see the truth, if we are going to have success in ending animal cruelty.
In the Love of the Lord,
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