STOP THE TRAPPING OF OUR WOLVES AND OTHER WILDLIFE BY VOICING YOUR OPINION ON MAY 10TH IN HELENA, MONTANA.
May 10, 2012
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By Jerry Black
Trying to keep a job, cost of living on the rise, educating and menoring kids, feeding a family, with commitments like these, you wonder what kind of “slime ball” spends time and money setting traplines for the thrill of slowly killing and tearing the skins off animals. Studies have linked cruelty to other species as a precursor to violence against humans. Must we accept the risk that a trapper is raising kids who will grow up to be a danger to our families? Exposing children to animal cruelty as a “sport” and a means to have “fun”, can have a profound effect on their psyche and childhood. It defies common sense.
Below is a quote from one of the “creeps” I’m speaking about.
““We trappers do cause pain and suffering to animals and apologize to no one. “Dennis “Foothold” Schutz, Vice-President West of the Montana Trappers Association (MTA)
This statement was made by Schutz two years ago in a letter to the Missoulian newspaper. He openly admits the brutality associated with trapping.
How can Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks even contemplate legalizing this immoral, insane method of killing our wolves? What would you think if a neighbor child did something as cruel as trapping or snaring a dog or cat?
If you want to speak out about this madness and demand MFWP use “best available science” to manage wolves, attend the May 10th hearing. Let the Commissioners know that wolves and all wildlife in Montana belong to EVERYONE, not just hunters and ranchers.
Visit Footloose Montana for more information and “talking points”.
Proposed new rules for Montana FWP wolf hunt 2012/2013.
STOP KILLING OUR WOLVES!
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Posted in: Wolf Wars, Montana wolves, gray wolf, Evils of trapping and snaring
Tags: trapping is torture, politics trumps science, Montana FWP, Montana wolf hunt proposals 2012/2013, Helena Montana