Letter: Stop the killing.
Byline: E. Clarke
DO PRO-HUNTERS expect antihunting people like me to believe that the fox ever gets a fair chance and that if it reaches its den it is left in peace? What are the terrier terrier, classification used by breeders and kennel clubs to designate dogs originally bred to start small game and vermin from their burrows or, in the case of several breeds in this group, to go to earth and kill their prey. men for?
And how many foxes are dug up and thrown to the dogs, along with any cubs they may be trying to protect?
Don't tell me that they care for the hounds at all or for the horses. In a chase, hounds and horses can be badly injured and even killed when they run into roads or on to railway lines.
Get a hobby that doesn't include the killing of animals; the human race has come a long way from slavery, bear-baiting, and dog and cock cock
watchful church-tower sitter. [Christian Symbolism: Appleton, 21]
See : Guardianship
its crowing reminded Peter of his betrayal. [N.T. fighting, and it's about timefox hunting went the same way. I'm not convinced that foxes would overrun 1. overrun - A frequent consequence of data arriving faster than it can be consumed, especially in serial line communications. For example, at 9600 baud there is almost exactly one character per millisecond, so if a silo can hold only two characters and the machine takes the country if they were left alone.
(Mrs) E. Clarke, address supplied