Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
From Karen Copeland - 16 Mar 2005
Thank you for your website. I cried through all the pictures, and I want to help. What can I do?
Last year I went to a bull-fight in Mexico, only because my friends dragged me there. I really didn't want to go, and once I was watching it all, I couldn't believe what they were doing to the poor bulls. The poor things were trapped, peeing from fright, and just trying to fight back for their lives.
I saw one bull actually hit a matador, and I cheered. Good for the bull!
I have no respect for those matadors who make it their life to kill for entertainment. People wanted their autographs afterwards, and they were posing for pictures with blood on their costumes. I was disgusted. They think they're so brave. I think the bulls had more bravery to face death the way they did.
Mexicans say the matadors provide the meat for poor families. What a poor excuse. I have since sworn against beef.
You should include bulls in your webpage.
Thank you and God Bless,
PS: Are free-range chickens okay? What about organic milk, etc. Are these places really "humane"?
What about Kosher prepared meats? People say they're more humane. Thanks in advance for your feedback.
Reply from Frank and Mary
Thank you for writing.
In the left column of all the animal exploitation subsection, we have list of things people can do to help. www.all-creatures.org/anex/ The key is to expose the truth and change public opinion.
We have some really graphic photos of a kosher slaughterhouse. All they show in inhumanity. We have done a fair amount of investigating and haven't found any farmed animals that are truly raised humanely, except on a sanctuary, and none are slaughtered humanely.
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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