In my opinion, this applies to ALL animals – but ESPECIALLY to endangered ones – they are fellow co-habitants of this tiny planet we think we own!
Why is it that people get away with being allowed to continue to believe that legally killing one animal from an endangered species is justified because it will put money towards trying to save the rest of them from poachers? Ever heard of donations not requiring a death guys? With not many more than around four thousand odd black rhino left in the wild on the planet, the Dallas Safari Club plans the auction of a permit to shoot one. They further justify this with the fact that this particular rhino is too old to breed. So what? Why can’t he just be allowed to enjoy his old age in peace?
In general terms, I personally believe that hunting for FOOD – not new boots – is a lot kinder than breeding animals for food. At least hunted animals get to live free to begin with. But there is nothing…
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Great author with a great cause!
Thanks very much for sharing this Chris! 😀
More than welcome Jo – Humans are the only voices animals have (apart from certain feathered types who chatter all day long if you let them LOL) 🙂