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Summer 2013 Issue
Brutalizing Wildlife is Fine

According to a Causes petition of April 16, 2013.

This exhausted and wounded coyote ran into a plaza in Rochester, New York, looking for refuge from a vicious hunter and his pack of dogs who had attacked him (note injuries front and back legs). Surrounded by media, curious onlookers, and officers from the Department of Environmental Conservation, the coyote was then dragged with a catch pole and loaded into the hunter's truck with his dogs. Terrified, the coyote was then taken to a wodded area to be finished off by the dogs.

abolish sport hunting - coyote

This atrocity was witnessed and controlled by DEC officers in New York; allowing the arrogant hunter to act like he owned the wild coyote and had the right have him ripped apart by dogs!

Please contact the DEC and express your outrage and disgust over the
inhumane and callous stand the officers took in this case.

Contact NY State, Department of Environmental Conservation:
http://links.causes.com/s/clJ58Y?r=C0Wa

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