Subject: An appeal to stop unnecessarily killing badgers
The UK Government, as on July 19, 2011, officially announced its strategic drive to controlling the bovine tuberculosis that have been spreading out throughout England, although a recently circulated highlights of the results of public consultation on the government’s Badger Control Policy, 2010 has unfolde the fact thst around 69 percent of respondents were opposed to the killing of badgers. I request the top officials of the UK Government to spare another thought over this issue and re-formulate the strategy of controlling the spread of bovine TB in the country.
This post has been published on the behalf of few millions of people who have raised their voice against the mass slaughter of badgers. According to the declaration made by the Government, 70 % of the total badger population in some specific regions of the country will be killed as an initiative towards controlling bovine TB in cattle. We understand the importance and necessity to fight bovine TB as soon as possible, but the method to reach the goal is yet to be revised.
Already, high-profile voices – including Sir David Attenborough and the Government adviser Lord John Krebs – have taken a part in the debate, saying a cull could "make the situation worse" and be "ineffective".
Thanks and Regards
IN LOVE OF ANIMALS