Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
From Jessika - 2 Feb 2006
While looking up sites on cruelty to animals for my research paper I came across your website and have seen all the horrifying pictures. I am very disgusted and hope when done with my research paper I can help others to see what is being done to these poor animals. My real hope is that many will read it and stop right then and there to stop being cruel to animals and tell others too.
I love wildlife and pets with a passion and hate to see suffering but your website has opened new eyes to the horror of what twisted people can do.
I hope when I grow up I can go around the world and rescue these animals and put them in my sanctuary where they can recover and be happy the rest of there lives and if possible that I can save the foxes or monkeys maybe after a couple years of recovering they can be released back into the natural habitat never to be treated cruelly again but to live amongst the trees and grass and free as can be.
I thank you again for showing these pictures I hope others have seen them to.
Reply from Frank and Mary
Thank you very much for telling us about what you are doing and your hopes for the future.
We'd be very interested in publishing your research paper on our web site, if you're interested.
The more we can do to expose the cruelty, the sooner it will end.
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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