This breaks my heart...
tell me about it.What I'd do for 5 mins alone with these people or the pieces of s**t that throw them from cars for a laugh.
When I first posted the link, I did think someone would post up a message along the lines of "it's only a cat, what about ..........", though you did throw a curveball with female circumcision and not something like labour camps.Cat. Human. Cat? Human?
Your comment was probably tongue in cheek, but I still disagree even though I am not a tree hugger...At least women have created a nice industry to recycle the fur of the animals so their deaths were not in vain.
So now women are to blame for people killing animals for sport? How do you explain the ******** who have elk/tigers/lions/bears, etc. mounted on their walls?Your comment was probably tongue in cheek, but I still disagree even though I am not a tree hugger...
If there is no fur business, there will be very little reason to kill those animals.
You read it however you want.So now women are to blame for people killing animals for sport? How do you explain the ******** who have elk/tigers/lions/bears, etc. mounted on their walls?
Animals killed for furs are raised on fur farms and are killed in a much different way than people who go out killing animals for sport (e.g. with rifles, crossbows, etc)
My point is/was that animals that are killed for their fur are generally raised on farms and the ones that are hunted for sport are, well.....hunted for sport. I thought you were implying that the only reason animals are hunted for sport is for fursYou read it however you want.
In my opinion, animals wouldn't be killed (in a "humane" farm or wild) for their skins if there is no fur business. I guess same for trophies, but I don't believe there are farms that raise animals for that particular purpose.
And I would prefer someone kill the animals for meat than fur.
Then we are talking along the same line... :clap2:...I'm not in any way saying that's OK - I don't agree with it either.