To the editor, Reading Peggy Race’s Jan. 27th letter about the Moondog Madness events and how upset she was that coyotes were being killed during “three weekends, three cities and one blood sport” saddened me. No, not because coyotes will be part of a “glorify killing and violence.” It is the fact that this country and many of its citizens have created an imbalance of caring more for animals than they do for humans.
To the editor, Some people are “shocked” and “alarmed” at coyote hunting contests, calling them a “blood sport.” What I and many others find alarming is such blatant misinformation that attempts to brainwash those who may be on the fence. So-called “animal rights” arguments are all too often long on emotion and short on science.
To the editor, The city of Janesville provides a wide variety of services to its residents, businesses and visitors. City employees work diligently to provide these services in an effective, efficient and customer-friendly manner.