Selected Articles from the C.A.S.H. Courier
From Spring 2004 Issue
In Loving Memory of Shanley
Photos by A.G.
A.G. asked me to meet her family. It was right before
hunting “season.” She had no way to help them or to communicate to them that
if they left her property, they could be doomed – especially the males.
With a heavy heart, she greets them, watches them romp and
enjoy being alive, observes their relationships, gives them names they care
nothing for, worries when they don’t come back for awhile, and knows she
might never see them alive again. Shanley did not return after the hunting
THEIR LIVES ARE WORTH NOTHING TO
MILLIONS TO WILDLIFE AGENCIES,
BILLIONS TO THE WEAPONS INDUSTRY,
BUT THEY’RE PRICELESS TO US!
C.A.S.H. NEEDS YOUR HELP TO STOP THIS!
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