19 Feb '11, 7pm

#Dolphins Should NOT be taken from the wild:

Terry; I am referring to the Letter from Deirdre Moss & do not understand your statement “rebut my "accusations…". I am in agreement with that “killing them would be a more humane way of treating them” especially strays; who is responsible to their welfares or dangers & diseases? I am in agreement & not denying that Dolphins are intelligent creatures, but as in all wild creatures after caught they either adapt to the confined new environment & enjoy the easy food & fun or die; do you not think that objection to the capture of wild creatures should be before they are caught & not after? It is just like enthusiasm should we not go after those that create strays than pointing others for cruelty or just having pity? Can they survive in our urban environments on their own without food from humans? What is the percentage of wild creatures that have been domesticated can survive ...

Full article: http://www.todayonline.com/Voices/EDC110111-0000179/Dolph...

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