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 From Sammie 22 Jan 2004

After looking up animals and there babies, I came across your web site showing the caged mother and her piglets which quite frankly has change my view on eating meat. I must admit I was quite partial to the odd sausage and dare say I enjoy eating meat, but looking at the poor conditions and the traumatic experience those pigs go through has made me realize how selfish and ignorant I have been.

Thanks for stopping me [from] hurting these pigs anymore.

Sammie

Reply by Frank L. Hoffman

Dear Sammie:

Thank you very much for your very encouraging email.

You brighten our day!

In the Love of the Lord,

Frank

 

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