The C.A.S.H. Courier Newsletter
Spring 2012 Issue
Reka’s Life-Saving Bandana
In the last issue of the C.A.S.H. Courier http://tinyurl.com/spdog,
we published a disturbing story about a hunter who severely wounded Reka,
the companion dog to veterinarian Lisa Berg. Lisa wrote that she
now has a website www.JusticeForReka.com in honor of Reka. She reports
that Reka is doing great!
Reka before she was shot
On Reka’s website, there are bright orange dog
bandanas that Dr. Berg designed to help offset some of the very costly legal
fees she is incurring to go after the shooter.
Lisa says, “I think they
will make dogs be much more visible when out with their guardians, and I
think they are much easier to slip on/off than the hunting vests our dogs
now wear whenever they are off our property. Who knows, maybe a life
will be spared because of them!”
EDITOR’S NOTE: C.A.S.H. is happy that
Lisa is doing much to bring awareness of the recklessness of hunters to
public attention. We at C.A.S.H. do not believe that it’s okay to wound or
kill a wild animal for whatever insipid reasons hunters have for killing and
wounding. Hunting should not be tolerated in a decent, normal society.
How about a bandana that reads “Justice For All Beings: Stop! Look! Don’t
Shoot! I’m Sentient!” We further hope there will be laws to sentence
the people who commit brutal acts to very long terms in rehab.
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