Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
From Deb - 7 Dec 2008
I have seen the torturous agony of this poor raccoon dog, not just in your stills, but in video from PETA. The viewing of such has wounded my soul to such a degree that I have lost a piece of myself: the only reason I endure the pictures is that I need to be reminded that true evil is alive and well.
Viewing these pictures also enrages me to a unprecedented degree, and allows
me a brief glance into the very depths of my being. If I were witnessing
that barbarity in person, I would be capable of acts to the perpetrators
that surprise and scare me.
Thank you for writing. We feel very much the same way.
The best way to end this suffering is for all of us to spread the truth about the atrocities committed upon all animals, in all their gory details to as many people as we can, and to encourage them not buy or use any animals products, since they all are the products of suffering and exploitation.
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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