Pamela Bean
Pamela Bean

All life is precious and I believe it is not for us to rob any creature of it. This story is sickening and heartbreaking.

Pam Robinson
Pam Robinson
  • Pamela Bean

Surely that's a crime!

Luane Reynolds Dougher
Luane Reynolds Dougher

Share and pass on to make these sick people STOP!!!!

Mike Mccormick
Mike Mccormick
  • Luane Reynolds Dougher

OK...IM IN..25 FREINDS

Astrid Bogaertsa
Astrid Bogaertsa

art has mainly to do with beauty, these are atrocities, Gandhy said they recognize the civilization of a people by the way they treat animals, this is pure cruelty and disgusting.

Astrid Bogaertsa
Astrid Bogaertsa
  • Astrid Bogaertsa

moorden..wat heeft dat met kunst te maken???

Doug Carroll
Doug Carroll

For a Museum? What kind of scumbag museum is that? Why don't they stuff their Board members for an exhibit? I'd pay to see that!

James Colello
James Colello
  • Doug Carroll

great idea!!!!!

Rosalie Allen Icaro
Rosalie Allen Icaro

respect........ is what we need.
Respect LIFE.......Animals Humans and Nature.
Cause it is Earth wrap into one.

Rosalie Allen Icaro
Rosalie Allen Icaro
  • Rosalie Allen Icaro

yup very well said my friend and thank u ^_^

Teresa Bonelli
Teresa Bonelli

HUMANOS SIN ALMA SOLO PUEDEN HACER ESTA BARBARIE,, CASTGO A ELLOS..

Teresa Bonelli
Teresa Bonelli
  • Teresa Bonelli

FIRMADO.

Debz Jones
Debz Jones

SICKOS!

Barbara Revia
Barbara Revia
  • Debz Jones

Im with ya debz sick fucks they need to be stuffed

Beth Marshall
Beth Marshall

I read one of the related articles which stated., "Our board did consider the use of fiberglass replicas but were advised that the impact of the exhibit would be substantially diminished. Mr. Phil Paramore of Museum Arts said, “The reason that you use a real animal is to most accurately show the way the activity was done at the time. A fiberglass replica just doesn’t convey the same message.". Go figure. Now these beautiful, healthy animals are gone so their exhibit can look more...

I read one of the related articles which stated., "Our board did consider the use of fiberglass replicas but were advised that the impact of the exhibit would be substantially diminished. Mr. Phil Paramore of Museum Arts said, “The reason that you use a real animal is to most accurately show the way the activity was done at the time. A fiberglass replica just doesn’t convey the same message.". Go figure. Now these beautiful, healthy animals are gone so their exhibit can look more realistic. I think fiberglass would have 'conveyed the same message'. Disgusting.

Anna Phillips
Anna Phillips
  • Beth Marshall

Shame on them!

Helen Forsythe
Helen Forsythe

I'd much rather see those responsible for pulling these sadistic 'art' stunts strung up after being gutted, their heads on sticks would make a great exhibition too, I'd pay top dollar to go see that.

D. Irene Ramirez
D. Irene Ramirez
  • Helen Forsythe

How would you like your grandparents killed for an art exhibit?

Regan Tate
Regan Tate

I would love to have an opportunity to sign something like this without signing up friends to receive it. My love for animals is deep, but I cringe every time I get these emails (about 4 a week) and know I can'r constantly send these types of emails to people in my world. Did not see a way for me to just sign it myself. This is another outrage & as much as I try to go on, what a depressing world this is becoming. Thank goodness for people who will stand up consistantly for animals.

Jayne Svetanoski
Jayne Svetanoski
  • Regan Tate

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