Summer 1994 Issue

Trapping for Disease Control?

Reformation is Possible: A License to Kill
Moving first-person account of his first experience hunting by a then-Middle School-aged boy.  When he saw the sad result, the dead squirrel he shot, he is overcome with guilt and vows never again to hunt.  Also, a letter from a reformed adult hunter, brought up from early childhood in that lifestyle, but now a vegan and animal rights advocate.

The First Step Toward Resolving Conflict
Between humans and Canada geese.

Wildlife Rehabilitators Unite!

Computer Technology and Animal Rights

Doesn’t Like Calling it “War”
Wildlife agent takes issue with CASH’s use of the term, yet when you see the terror and agony caused to wildlife by trappers and hunters, what else can we call it?


Contact Us

Committee to Abolish Sport Hunting / C.A.S.H.
P.O. Box 562
New Paltz, NY 12561