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February 10, 2011

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please give these animals room to move and live like we do.

help all animals from cruelty

This is great news. My mother lives in Senator Hedlunds' district. She grew up on an old-time hog farm with lots of mud and steamed waste food for feed. She abhors the way hogs are treated these days.

IT IS ALWAYS "GREED" THAT MOTIVATES THESE ANIMAL FARMS TO TREAT THESE INNOCENT FARM ANIMALS IN A HORRIFYING MANNER. THEY LOOK AT THESE FARM ANIMALS AS
"OBJECTS" AT THEIR DISPOSAL. I AM NOT SURE HOW THEIR OWN FAMILIES, INCLUDING THEIR OWN CHILDREN, VIEW THESE CRUELTY. PROFIT, PROFIT, PROFIT AND NOTHING ELSE MATTERS TO THESE GREEDY FARM ANIMAL OWNERS.

Please keep us up to date on how we can help. My family lives in Massachusetts and they would all support this.

Oui je suis à 100 % pour les humains qui oeuvrent pour les déplorables conditions des animaux d'élevage.
Moi-même suis adhérente à une association de protection des animaux de ferme. Nous devons faire en sorte auprès de ceux qui nous gouvernent pour que les animaux soient reconnus vivants et donc sensibles à la douleur mais à leur environnement.
Merci pour ce que vous faites.

Cordialement - Sylvie MOREAU

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