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State needs a sound spay/neuter program

April 26, 2014

All across the state, one public service group works their regular job, then remains on-call. Around 150 of them met in Flatwoods last weeken....

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Apr-27-14 10:27 AM

Barbara, when was the last time you spent so much time and energy helping the elderly, or the mentally handicapped, or a poor family that doesn't have enough to eat? It has been my experience that most animal rights activists wouldn't lift a finger to help those less fortunate than themselves, but they'll put animals on a pedistal well above the value of humans.

If that's not you, then my hat's off to you. There are those who take things much too far. The same people who complain about mistreated animals, are the same group of people who believe wild animals should be left to starve when the population is more than their habitat can support, rather than allowing hunters to thin the herd. I'm always skeptical about letters like this, because more times then not, the people who write them are among the ones who have a screwy set of values. I see nothing wrong with spaying or neutering as long as common sense has a part in it.

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