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As wonderful as this is; it also 'enables' others to keep doing it by creating a 'market' for their 'product'. This happens globally - China for example, beat/torture dogs in the street until someone comes forward begging and crying to stop it. They make them pay money to stop it; when they do, they beat the people as a last part of the process! Then they rip the next poor baby out of the cage and do it again...and people keep paying to save them. More effective 'final' solutions are needed!
Oh, absolutely! That is one quality that most people lack (but when I find it in another human, I'm instantly attracted and intrigued): The capacity to see value in smaller, and widely misunderstood, lifeforms. In other words, bugs/insects/arachnids are neat.
It was not God's plan when he created animals that we should cage, abuse, torture and use them for whatever other sick purposes we do with them. It was not his plan that we use them for entertainment, that we skin them alive - Asians skin animals alive so that rich women can wear their fur. If it doesn't make you feel physically ill to wear a dead animal's fur against your skin, then you are evil and should be skinned yourself.