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From Brittany - 11 Jul 2006


I am 14 years old and I recently lost a horse due to rat poison. One of my step fathers "friends" cruelly poisoned my horse. (That is our suspicion, although we have no proof.) We would have done a blood test, but the signs that my horse had shown were the simple signs of collic: discomfort and biting at the stomach, stretching out, and rolling.

If there is anything that I would dedicate my life to, it would be to stop the slaughter of horses.

My horse, Dusty, was very special to me. I loved him very much and I spent night and day with him.

Thank you for trying to stop cruelty horses, as well as all animals. It is a good start, and maybe it will be enough to end this nonsense.



Reply from Frank and Mary

Dear Brittany:

Thank you very much for writing and for your encouraging comments about our web site.

We are very sorry to hear about Dusty, and the cruelty involved.

You’re absolutely correct, the exposure of the truth is the start place to end the cruelty inflicted upon animals. Please tell as many other people as you can and ask them to also pass on the information.

In the Love of the Lord,

Frank and Mary

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