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From Erma - 27 Mar 2009

How can anyone call this hunting? We hunt for food and clothing. They hunt for the fun of it. They shoot these animals and watch them suffer. How would they feel if one of the bison hit one of the shooters and hurt them. Would they bison leave them to suffer, no they would do the job and kill them.

How can a human being be so cruel.

Erma

Reply from Frank and Mary

Dear Erma:

The key point to consider is that today no human has to hunt for food or clothing, because there is an abundance of healthier plant foods and cruelty-free clothing.

Until we take a stand against all animal exploitation, people will continue to abuse animals.

In the Love of the Lord,

Frank and Mary

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