Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
From Coby Oslanski - 8 Aug 2005
I cannot believe the pictures on your website.
It's hard to imagine a person would want to kill those cute little white baby seals. Were these taken this past year in Canada? If so what can be done to stop the killing of these poor little babies?
Reply from Frank and Mary
Thank you for your email, concern and desire to help.
Some of the photos are from this year's slaughter, and others are from past years, but it's the same shameful slaughter of the innocent ones every year.
The most effective way to bring about compassionate change is for the general public (voters in particular) to speak out and demand a change. This is why it so important for all of us to do whatever we can to spread the word through personal contact and letter, and to boycott the products of these atrocities. You can also refer people to our web site so that they can see for themselves.
In the Love of the Lord,
Frank and Mary
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