|To the Editor: Fur vs. feathers discrimination|
|Written by Karen Wolf|
|Wednesday, 11 July 2012 09:29|
It is always heartwarming to see video clips of rush- hour traffic on the freeway coming to a standstill as folks jump out of cars to rescue a hapless dog. Hooray for humanity.
Fast forward to midmorning of July 4 when destinations do not include work, but merely a trip to secure more hot dog buns for the barbecue.
A duckling is trapped in one lane of the AW Trail with concrete barriers on each side.
I exit my car and race after him. We run back and forth time and time again as I beg for someone in the stopped line of cars behind me to help. No one does and then horns are honking and I know the little fella is doomed as I am forced to drive away.
Perhaps if he had fur instead of feathers it would have made a difference.
Hope you enjoyed your hot dogs.
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