The Mary T. and
Frank L. Hoffman
Family Foundation
and All-Creatures.Org

Letters and Responses

Letter from Andrew Morrison about Increasing Public Exposure to Farm Animal Cruelty - 5 Oct 2006

I appreciate the work you are doing as well as exposing the truth occurring in the world that no one seems to recognize.

I have been a vegetarian for almost 1 1/2 years now, and I will never go back. I like how others do not see a difference in North American style pets and what society considers meat. I am opposed to killing any animals, whether it is for testing, eating, or just plain torture.

Keep up the good work, and thank you so much, for making me even more aware. I can't even describe how sick I feel after seeing this, although I had heard of it. Graphic images are the most disturbing, and yet that is what meat eaters see the least of. I will try to expose this to more people for them to better understand what a real view of reality actually is!

Thank you so much.

Andrew Morrison
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

P.S. If so many of these pictures had been taken while, or before animals were being slaughtered, then why was it not quickly stopped, considering especially since some captions were describing the acts performed as being illegal.

Reply from Frank and Mary Hoffman

Dear Andrew:

Thank you very much for your kind and encouraging comments.

Undercover photography is not easy to obtain. Much of it is taken by an employee, and if they speak out to try to stop what is going on, they would be immediately fired and the photos confiscated, and the torture and killing would continue anyway. This way we get to expose the public to the truth, and hopefully bring these atrocities to an end.

In the Love of the Lord,

Frank and Mary

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