Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
From Joe Carrieri - 18 Jun 2007
I saw your page and It shocked me, especially the chickens
I keep 3 chickens as pets in my yard, they are a big part of my family, I've had them since the beginning, and I truly care for them, they are free range, and come to me for affection and treats, they come in the house at night out of their own will. This makes me feel better (I don't feel comfortable with them out at night with raccoons and possums) and I collect the eggs they lay everyday.
Am I wrong all this time or what I do is ok because they have a great life? I don't ever plan to eat them or my pet turkey's either.
Reply from Frank and Mary
What you are doing is wonderful.
This is the way all animals are to be treated.
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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