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From Sophie - 8 May 2005


I saw your site and I was so repulsed and it made me cry. I wish there was something that could be done. I wish I could just walk in to all those places and save the poor animals.

They're always so forgiving and happy and humans take advantage of them. I wish there was something that could be done.

Being a vegan doesn't stop the killing of animals.

Reply from Frank and Mary

Dear Sophie:

Thank you for your compassion and concern.

Being vegan does stop the killing of at least 3 land animals per month for every vegan, and the more we tell other people about the suffering of animals the better chance there is to stop the abuse.

In the Love of the Lord,

Frank and Mary

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