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From Karen - 6 May 2009

I just wanted to say the raccoon dog skinned alive has a tear in her eye. I am 45 and these are things I never knew about. I feel horrible every day. I wish I had the money to stop these people. I hate people now more than ever.

I wanted to go to China or Korea and make a statement even if it means sacrificing myself by attacking these people. My life will never be the same because I cannot wrap my mind around this. ALL CRUELTY NEEDS TO STOP NOW.


Reply from Frank and Mary

Dear Karen:

We agree, but we're not helpless, and it doesn't take a lot of money. All it takes is the willingness to do something positive and to speak out.

The easiest way to help end the exploitation of animals is to eat a plant food diet and not wear the skins and fur of animals. In fact, such a change will save you money, including health care costs.

The cruel people don't like publicity, so the more we speak out and encourage others to do the same, the faster public opinion is going to force an end to the atrocities and end the sale of the products of cruelty.

We look forward to hearing from you again.

In the Love of the Lord,

Frank and Mary

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