Barbara Cartland

The Enchanted Waltz

  • fatimahj07shared an impression5 years ago

    "Her eyes were on the circus erected opposite the lawn set aside for fireworks where, to attract custom for the evening performance, elephants and horses were being paraded by their trainers to the strident music of a brass band."

    There are a number of instances where animal abuse is passed off as nothing. Whipping the horses to go faster under dangerous conditions us not only senseless but abominably cruel. I am beyond astonished that Cartland thinks the English civilized when their racing to hounds means the destruction of foxes under the cruelest means.

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