Dog represents other animals that have 'no voice'

Jun 2, 2014 Angela Rapone, Riverton


I believe we should all have love and compassion for our fellow man.

We also need to remember that animals have no voice. But people do.

That is why so many of us were moved by the story of the abandoned dog on Cooper Road.

That poor dog had no voice. We are her voice. She represents many.

Many people tried to rescue that dog . She would not be caught. Bravo to the family that was able to coax her to a new home.

I have been in health care for more than 30 years. I know about loving and serving our fellow man. IR00;feel incensed over the Cooper Road dog issue.

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