Omaha Red Sox wrote:I'm not going to open the link since my kid's walking around and I don't want him to see what you're describing, but I'll take your word for it that it's pretty disturbing. My wife has worked for some animal testing businesses and has told me some pretty alarming things. We both agree that testing products on animals is necessary, but not to the extent that some of these companies choose to do it. Febreze for instance. They'd shave a dog, then completely submerge it in a tub of Febreze. Why would you need to test what it would be like to be in a tub of Febreze? Ridiculous. That dog lived and was adopted by a family, but this family cannot have Febreze in the house and cannot go over to any house that has used Febreze. The dog will literally go into shock and flip out.
I'm all for hunting and believe animals were put here for us to use as needed, but some people enjoy the degradation (sp?) of a lesser species, and those people should be checked into a mental ward.
Hunting for food or sport? I'm all for hunting for food. If your going to eat the deer meat or give it to someone who will I'm all for it. But if your just going to mount it and leave the meat thats almost as bad.