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12/10/2009

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I simply can't imagine a human being who finds the absolutely horrifying (routine!) treatment of these magnificent living beings acceptable in any way.
Sometimes you just have to evolve.

I recently found your site, and plan to help all I can. I've added your link to my blog too. (which nobody ever reads). Thank you so much for all you do for the animals in your care, and the ones on your watch.
Kelly

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