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Concern for humans must be matched by concern for animals

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Re: Speak out against Canadian Policy on Iran.

I was wondering when Doris would grace us with her ostentatious opinions again; fortunately we didn't have to wait too long. It amazes me that she feels so passionately about the deaths of innocents over in Iran, calling the acts "evil" and states we must contact our MPs and federal ministers over these "barbaric" acts.

This is rich coming from someone who baked her dog in a hot car last summer (she left her dog in a sweltering car on a 30 C day while she cruised the Enjoy Centre, and later justified her actions through a ridiculous series of responses in the Gazette.)

I suggest we all contact our MPs and federal ministers about animal cruelty. After all, animal abuse is "evil" and "horrific." I think Doris needs to get the point that any acts of abuse, neglect, or action causing pain or death to ANY innocent being, whether human OR animal, are issues we all need to make ourselves aware of. Practise what you preach.

Lisa Ryan, St. Albert


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