THE CATHOLIC STUDY CIRCLE
FOR ANIMAL WELFARE
Letters to the Editor
From Ann Stanton - 4 Apr 2007
It means a great deal to me that there is an organization whose members are concerned about animals and feel they have a place in Heaven with us. So many people treat animals as though they are lifeless, unfeeling things -- like a piece of furniture. I've seen people who treat their belongings better than their animals.
Many times I have felt like an outcast because of my love for animals. Society seems to have forgotten that God made all creatures, not just humans, and it's terrible when a church seems to ignore these little ones that God has given us to care for and to love.
We have saved numerous kittens and cats, some of whom we rescued and kept and others that we raised and found good homes for them It's good to know there are others out there who feel the same about the animals.
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