Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
From Katherine Old - 11 Nov 2006
Hello, just thought I would say that you are doing a great job at showing people animal cruelty. It would be nice to see the site publicized a little bit more. I hope you do not think I am being critical but as it is a marvelous web-site.
Could I also make one other comment: include happy healthy animals more, show people its not all doom and gloom and show it does not cost an arm and a leg to keep conditions well.
I wish I could do more to help the animals. I cannot wait till I am old enough to directly help prevent this type of cruelty.
Unfortunately I could not read all of the comments as the pictures were physically making me sick!! Why do people do these things? How do they get a 'buzz' from this?
I live in a farming community and they all think the fox ban is "a load of rubbish" I argue this case with my dad very often. I do understand that some animals do have to be 'contained' but surely in a humane way. I am afraid I do not understand why foxes are culled because they are a 'nuisance', they are wild animals and I am sure that they were around long before us.
Keep up the good work and good luck with all the future work!
Reply from Frank and Mary
Thank you very much for writing. Most of the publicity is coming from people just like you who help us spread the truth by telling as many people as you can.
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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