Fred Willard joins forces with PETA to speak up for fish, reminding everyone that they're sensitive individuals who deserve respect. https://www.peta.org/features/fred-willard-fish-have-feelings/

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Mary Finelli

Kudos for Fred Williard and PETA, and thanks to the Gazette for posting this! Science has shown that fish suffer fear and pain: http://www.FishFeel.org/fish-sentience/ They feel physically and emotionally, and they deserve our respect and compassion not cruel exploitation. A great book about them is: What a Fish Knows.


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