Pheasants Shot And Dumped
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Hi all

I have just started a website

Just wanted to know if anyone has got any comments to put on my site, on what I have posted on my site s

I have been posting various animal related stories about what is actually going on with all the cruelty and most people are just actually not bothered.

My latest post features pheasants shot and dumped in the UK, when on these shoots they are just killing some of these pheasants and leaving them dumped and left to rot.

I have read and looked at both side of this story and still find it hard to believe that someone could just go out and shoot a animal just for the fun of it. but their argument about killing these bird is that they want to secure the future of future generations, with the right to go out and hunt.

I can understand a little bit of where they are coming from, but just to leave these birds dumped at the side of the road and not even take them home to eat is what I do not understand.

It seems to me that they are just going out to kill these animals for the enjoyment from it, then they all go too the pub after it to talk about what a good day they have had.

The shooting enthusiasts claim that it is a sport, but how can it be a sport sometimes when it is like shooting birds in a barrel. Some of the shooting enthusiasts are doing it for the enjoyment of the kill and give no thought whatsoever for the animal that they have killed, or the pain that it suffers.

I argue with a lot of people over this and they claim humans are meant to eat meat, well that's upto them and I have not got a problem with that, but what I do have a problem with is that the way it is done to kill the animal.

They just give no thought whatsoever what the animal is going through, as if they don't feel any pain or feelings, some animals are a lot cleverer than some people think.

I know in different cultures that there is no animal rights whatsoever because that is the way they have been brought up, but they would soon change their tune if it was happening to them.

So basically I have set my site up just to see if anyone feels the same way as me and if anyone would leave any comments good or bad.

Thanks Will


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