LETTER TO THEEDITOR:
By Linda Faso, Las Vegas
Tuesday, March 2, 2021 | 2 a.m.
Several years ago, when Cecil the lion was killed by Walter Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota, the slaughter sparked an international outcry that shined a light on the atrocities committed by trophy hunters. The revulsion may have been in part because Cecil had a name. Every lion, rhino, bear or other species that is hunted purely for a trophy is a Cecil in some way. They may not be famous but they are sentient beings with families, killed for an ornament to be hung on a wall.
When animals are killed abroad, it is legal to ship their trophies back to the U.S. We are a country of people who care about animals and can now use our voice to ban this senseless cruelty. Please urge your Congress member to support the reintroduction of…
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