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From Tiffany About Graphic Abuse Images
May 12, 2009

Hi, I was Googling something for a friend who's got an injured pet (not too bad, a cut on it's shoulder, is going to the vet ASAP this morning). I was looking for a picture that would accurately show the different layers of tissue because we were trying to figure out if it was a minor injury that antibiotics and home care would solve or if it needed stitches. My friend has never had pets before or seen an injury really (I have unfortunately, helping with the shelter/rescues).

I was Googling and came across the raccoon dog page on your site. I'd heard about them before so I curiously clicked. I literally threw up, barely made it to my bathroom. I don't get sick or unnerved easily. That was EXTREMELY graphic. I'm not saying it shouldn't be seen, but it's such a horror (unimaginable, shocking, brutal) that the common person who does not buy fur and does not take part in such a cruel trade should be spared from seeing these things unless they have the power to do something. I know that sounds terrible. I'm not suggesting you take down the page or change it, I just wish we could set the 'people in power' down in a locked room and make THEM watch it till they do something so it stops once and forever.



Reply from Frank and Mary

Dear Tiffany:

Thank you for your email. And we agree that these scenes are extremely graphic.

The problem is that relatively few people change their lifestyle through reasoning with them. They need to have their emotions shocked, as you have, to the point that they will join our efforts to stop all animal use and exploitation.

So, please tell as many other people as you can and refer them to our web site so that they can see for themselves.

Fur is only beautiful when worn by the animal God created it upon; when worn by humans, it shows the ugliness of their heart.

The same holds true for humans eating animals, for it shows the indifference of their hearts to the horrible suffering of the animals, which can be as bad as what you saw happen to the raccoon dogs.

In the Love of the Lord,

Frank and Mary

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