"In the early hours of October 23rd, 2015, I took a pair of bolt cutters to the back fence of the fox farm on Hospital Road in Burlington, Wisconsin.
The first imprisoned animal found was a twenty pound rabbit in a small wire bottom cage. She was either a neglected pet or a source of food. I did not have the resources to bring her with me, and released her into the field behind the property. It was a difficult decision, but at least she spent some of her life hopping free and feeling the earth beneath her feet before meeting her fate.
Raiding a fur farm can easily be done by a single person with enough courage and love to do so. I'm sorry this raid was not more fruitful. This action is in solidarity with Walter Bond. Fool though he may be, Walter is a hero for animals and a comrade who is not to be forgotten.
'Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage' — Anais Nin"