Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
From Lydia Ward-Dudley - 17 Jan 2007
I think fox hunting is a cruel and bloody sport. People may think that foxes are a menace but they are little but harmless creatures who deserve to be left in peace. You may think that foxes are a menace because they come into our towns and scavenge through our rubbish in our streets but the only reason because of this is that we force them to come into our towns by destroying their habitat.
It is said that when we fox hunt it controls the fox population but there
is no evidence that it does, so therefore why should foxes be chased by
hounds to exhaustion and terror when they are then ripped to shreds by the
hounds, we should let nature take its cause. Foxes are only trying to
survive in the natural habitat as they are part of nature. In conclusion, I
think that fox hunting
should be banned.
Lydia Ward-Dudley (age 12)
Reply from Frank and Mary
Thank you very much for writing. We agree! All hunting should end.
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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