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Re: RC: RE: horse slaughter
It might appear that way, but I've learned that things have a way of
being taken out of context in emails and some people have an easier time
expressing themselves than others. I think we have to be careful
judging someone based on one comment. Things in life are so often
misunderstood. On a personal note, I've corresponded with Kerri-Jo
before and she obviously loves her horses. Perhaps this was just a
reaction to judgements???
C Eyler wrote:
> I don't think that the person who wrote so matter-of-factly about the
> practical and financial advantages of sending a horse to slaughter was much
> concerned with closure.
> > << I feel sorry for your horses. >>
> > okay, you don't need to go feeling sorry for anyones horses. You
> > can deal
> > with your horses the way you feel necessary and other people will
> > deal with
> > it the way they feel is necessary. It all depends on what your
> > options are.
> > If people want to cremate their horses, that should be fine...if
> > you want to
> > bury the horse, that's fine too...and if you want to have it sold
> > for meat,
> > that should be fine as well! The reason there are many options
> > is because
> > there isn't one "right way"!!!!!!!! In the end, it really comes
> > down to what
> > gives the owner a sense of closure.
> > -Renee
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