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From Kaitlyn - 10 Apr 2006

I'm Kaitlyn and I'm only 12 but I almost cried when I saw that monkey with what seemed to show an almost entirely exposed brain!

I wish I could do something about it but for now I guess all I can do is pray. I never had any idea of what was being done to these monkeys.

I had done a Google search on monkeys hoping to find sites that showed free monkeys in tropical trees. Instead, I found all these sites all about the torture of monkeys.

I would also like to know why these experiments are being done to the monkeys and why that one monkey had a half-exposed brain!

From,

A caring person

Reply from Frank and Mary

Dear Kaitlyn:

Thank you for writing and for your compassion.

There is a lot of money involved in doing these horrible experiments, none of which in our opinion are necessary. For more information about this, you may want to take a look at www.saenonline.org

Prayer definitely helps, but you can do more. You can tell your family and friends about this cruelty, and help us expose it to more people who will demand an end to the suffering inflicted upon animals.

In the Love of the Lord,

Frank and Mary

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