A horse, probably. I would say deer, but people disrespect deer by killing them all the time. Horses get a lot more respect and typically are not run over or shot... Horses are pretty, they can defend themselves, and can run fast from danger. Plus, herbivores rock!
by Uplifterx 5 years ago
I never figured out, despite my experience of living a lifespan of 45 years, why humans kill and torture animals for food. Why do Muslims and Christians still practice killing animals for meat? Is that allowed in their so-called religions of mercy? They should better learn from the Buddhists and...
by brittvan22 3 years ago
Quickest way to kill a snake????Also need preventative suggestions on keeping them away!!!
by graceinus 5 years ago
Why would God give us the emotion of fear?Love can move mountians, but can fear? This is a question I have wondered about many times. Can fear and love be present at the sametime and, if so , under what conditions? Why would God give us both emotions? Did Jesus have the total absence of fear?
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS 3 years ago
You are on vacation in one of the national parks in Kenya. You are there to observe only and not interact with the wildlife. You observe a couple of cute lion cubs playing in a small bush but their mother doesn’t seem to be anywhere in sight. Suddenly, the mother lion comes charging from your...
by vector7 7 years ago
Why, if you don't believe that something even exists would you waste your time in these threads? And don't tell me that it's because we are spreading lies. We aren't in "other" forums talking about God and Christ Jesus. We are in a forum designated to what we believe. To...
by Ronnie wrenchBiscuit 4 years ago
Do You Consider Killing Defenseless Animals To Be A Sport?There is a 1994 movie entitled "Surviving The Game", where former rapper, turned actor "Ice T" plays a homeless man who is lured to a remote area and hunted as human prey. There are some who believe that instead of...
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