IFAW Seal Photo Exhibit - Vancouver UBC Campus - March 13-15

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Hey, for those in Vancouver - The International Fund for Animal Welfare is hosting a Seal Photo exhibit on the Vancouver UBC campus on March 13.  On the 14th from 7 - 9PM IFAW's Dr. David Lavigne will discuss the current state of our fight in the Courtroom of the Vancouver Art Gallery...light food and refreshments will be served.

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Anonymous
6 years ago

Ok , I really don't know were to start , First off I can't handle seeing what people are doing to animals it just breaks my heart , A baby no matter if human or not is a baby and they have a right to live in peace just like us , God will get these people in the end , they can say what they want to but this seems to me it is a sport to them , a week old baby seal being killed for its fur come on. I don;t understand these people if you want to call them people I am sorry these animals are out in the wild and were God put them and they are not hurting anyone they are trying to live and this man say that they are not human the breath , eat , sleep and have feeling just like us so what does that make him and all the other people that go out and kill a animal, but in the bible times you did it for food it was the only way to eat , but today we have choices and, I choose not to have fur of any kind because I don't want to see another animal die in this matter . I will never go to cananda if this is what is going on , I would never in my life see someone kill animals just for there greed and to me that is what is going on here . I hate to watch other animals on tv kill each other but that is nature at work , but when we as humans take a gun or whatever these people use that is not nature . My heart goes out to these and other animals that get killed for no reason at all .

 
Anonymous
6 years ago

Mr. Phil Jenkins from the Department of Ocean and Fisheries Media Relations Department called me recently regarding a phone complaint I made about the seal massacre. I had a client in the car and could not respond to his comments. He sounded like a broken record and made no sense. If you look at the pictures at what this slaughter involves no words can make sense of it. Mr. Jenkins did say that all the killings are humane and monitored by vetinarians. He also questioned how we can can call these animals babys. As Mr. Jenkins quoted they are not humans. In my opinion anyone who can justify the horrific slaughter of defensenless animals so that someone can wear a fur coat has no soul of conscience and will suffer the consequences for these horrible actions. I will personally not set foot in Canada again to go skiing until this stops.

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