Sunday, January 29, 2006

Animal Cruelty

The State of Alaska has a barbaric policy that allows hunters to shoot wolves from a plane or a helicopter. Which means that they don't really know if the animal is killed, and may be leaving it to bleed or starve to death. Really sick.

More than 400 wolves have been killed since the Alaska Board of Game resumed the practice of aerial killing, despite the fact Alaskans have twice voted to ban the practice (1996 and 2000) in statewide referenda.

You can go to this site Wolf Campaign to send an email to Secretary Gail Norton protesting the wolf kill.

Via Booman Tribune

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