Good for those voicing dismay over animal cruelty

So proud of these REAL men to voice their heartfelt sympathy and opinion over animal cruelty.

Good for those voicing dismay over animal cruelty

Read and enjoyed many editorial letters but the column I enjoyed the most was Robert Barron: “Another case of animal cruelty”, (Citizen, Nov. 8), and an article by Don Bodger: “Saving dog Hope”, (Citizen, Nov. 8), and band administrator Jim Chisholm: “No community is happier than seeing this guy brought to justice than we are and we are ALL disgusted by what one individual did.” His court case is Dec. 17.

The comments made by Robert Barron (his column) in an excellent summary (in conclusion) “It appears that there are people who are just too selfish and cold hearted to really care”.

So proud of these REAL men to voice their heartfelt sympathy and opinion over animal cruelty.

V. J. Shave

Duncan

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