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From Jill Mott - 19 Dec 2005

Wow. I just read and looked at your entire site of photos. I'm 16 and I wish I were older so I can stop this! I can't believe that this is happening in the United States! It's ridiculous! It's odd though that I found this.

A few days ago my friends and I went to Petco to find new fish for my cousin's aquarium and my friend and I were talking about how we are going to build a Pet Shop with animals on her property. She has a huge yard, and we're not going to be like one of those Animals Rescue places where they only take in so many animals! We're going to have enough room for everyone! I can't wait though!

But now that I see this, it gives me the urge to start sooner! But I just wanted to let you guys know that I don't feel that this isn't right at all.



Reply from Frank and Mary

Dear Jill:

Thank you very much for writing and telling us about your desires to help the animals.

It is very expensive to start and operate a sanctuary, and you can't keep taking in animals unless you find compassionate people to adopt them. This is why some of the rescue places put limits on how many animals they can accommodate. If one of these places is near you, you could begin to help save the animals, now, by helping them care for the animals and to find good homes for them.

You can also tell as many people as you can about what you've learned and refer them to our web site so that they can see for themselves. Also ask them to help you end the cruelty.

In the Love of the Lord,

Frank and Mary

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