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From Yuhay-Ray Ng - 5 Jun 2003


As a Chinese, I'm ashamed of those Chinese who kill cats and dogs for meat and skin. The killing is absolutely unnecessary and cruel. There are evidences about SARS is caused by eating wildlife in southern China. Please read the article written by CBC News.  

Thanks for showing us the reality. Take care.


Reply from Frank L. Hoffman

Dear Hay:

Thank you very much for your comments and for the attached article link.

The problem is not limited to the Chinese; it is a world wide problem that stems from human hardness of heart and their disregard of the pain and suffering they inflict on other living beings, whether human or animal. And from this human cruelty have come "plagues" to inflict us.

In the Love of the Lord,



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