Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
From Harold McIe - 3 Apr 2005
Dear Mary and Frank Hoffman
We're looking at your web site, and many people don't know how animals are treated.
I was raised in Webater Springs W.V. We lived on a little farm, and we had a milk cow and our dad treated her like she was one of the family, and she eat good had a big field for her to graze on. Our dad always take good care of our animals and feed them well. But some people get animals and don't take care of them.
If a stray dog or cat comes around our place they will get something to eat. We don't let any animal go away hungry,
Frank and Mary you are doing a great job on your web site getting the word out to us people. We McIe's thank you Frank and Mary Hoffman..
Thanks Harold McIe
May God Bless Mary and Frank Hoffman and their Family
Reply from Frank and Mary
Thank you very much for your kind and encouraging words, and for telling us about your family's farm. There are very few farms like that today.
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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