Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
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From Bruce about Cruelty to Dogs - 8 Apr 2010
I would like to help in any way possible. I have shown my co-workers this website to raise awareness but the reaction is “I don’t want to see that”. Then they turn a blind eye.
It looks like the Asian countries are the biggest killers in dogs but what can be done to stop this???? We are talking about a communist rule and a people that have done this for decades. The horror an animal goes through is heart wrenching and I would love to intervene and show those who do this atrocity what it feels like. Just a few minutes for them to feel the same pain. If this goes on in the United States I would love to know where.
I would also love to know where any laboratories are that are still using animals for testing. I have on my desk the picture of the little dog that had its leg shattered for psychological testing. The face on that dog says it all. Psychological Testing??? How is the dog going to express to anyone the agony it is feeling besides the moans or what is seen in their faces. I would love to take that hammer and shatter the leg of whomever did that and ask them how they feel about the pain.
Anyway I feel like I’m venting my frustration here too much but if there are lists of laboratories or ways to stop some of this please let me know.
Thank you for your time,
Reply from Frank and Mary
Thank you very much for writing and for wanting to help.
The key to helping is to politely spread the truth to others, even those
that turn away have heard it, and the second part is to live a life that
reflects our compassionate message.
When we speak to Asians about the killing and eating of dog, they always
say that in your country they do the same to chickens, pigs and lobsters.
And our answer is that we don't do that for reasons of compassion, and you
can do the same.
There are still about 1,100 labs in the US that do research and testing
on animals. See the listing an information about
We hope this helps, and look forward to hearing back from you. And, please feel free to vent anytime
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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