Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
From Dave - 3 Sep 2005
I am 12 years old, and am a vegetarian. I agree with every thing on your website.
Although, the zoo my family goes to has a great environment for the animals living in it.
There is only one single animal-a lowland gorilla named Samantha who sleeps outside. Why does she sleep outside?
Her exhibit is being redone for the new lowland gorilla male that will be joining her late this September. I just thought you should know not all zoos are bad. In fact, my zoo is kind of like a refuge for animals.
Reply from Frank and Mary
Thank you very much for your kind and encouraging letter and information about your zoo.
Gorillas living in the wild all sleep outside, so we guess Samantha would rather do that, too.
Which zoo are you referring to? Does it have a "petting" section, and do you know what happens to the baby animals when they get older?
We look forward to hearing from you
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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