Ringling Bros. animals are thriving In their recent letter to the editor, Nancy and David Spilberg have their “facts” about Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey animal care all wrong. [“Northwest Voices: Here comes the circus,” seattletimes.com, Sept. 23.] The claims they make are a direct affront to the men and women with Ringling Bros. who…More
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Smart, sensitive alternative needed to prevent horse overpopulation What we need now are some common sense and compassionate policies in order to control wild horse populations ["N.M. horse slaughter plant to open soon," seattletimes.com, April 30]. Experts in the field agree that the practice of slaughtering horses is not the appropriate answer for pet overpopulation. For…More
Wolves beneficial to ecosystems Delisting gray wolves would be a giant step backward and undo the progress we have made since 1995 [“Fed plan would end gray wolf protection,” NWSaturday, April 27].The unfounded fear and hatred of wolves by hunters and ranchers is fueled by inaccuracies and misconceptions. Statistics compiled by Cornell University for the U.S….More