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From Mike - 30 Oct 2004

There is no doubt that fox hunting must stop. It is absolutely disgraceful that some of us behave in this way and I personally cannot wait until fox hunting is banned, which is sooner rather than later I hope.

Fox hunters themselves would defend their case by underlining the nuisance that foxes pose to farmers and the danger to livestock. Even so, there is no need for such brutal killing, why not shoot the animals to control their numbers? This 'tradition' is mainly taken part in by individuals who care nothing for British wildlife and the natural world around us, which is very sad.

I would like to participate in something that would help prevent this appalling behaviour.


Reply from Frank and Mary

Dear Mike:

Thank you very much for writing and for your offer to help end animal cruelty.

The most important things you can do is spread the word to other people and ask them to help you in your efforts to end fox hunting. You can also refer them to our web site so that they can see for themselves. You can write letters to the editor when something about fox hunting is in the news.

In the Love of the Lord,

Frank and Mary

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