22 NOVEMBER 1930, Page 42

[To the Editor of the SPECTATOR.] Sus—My letter in the

Spectator of November 8th has brought forth enquiries and support from all over the country. There is, I find, a prejudice against buying shot rabbits for food. Now, shot rabbits are every bit as good eating as grouse, pheasants, partridges or any other game which is shot, and the meat is also far more wholesome than the fevered flesh of animals which have suffered from the diabolical tortures of the steel trap. I wish to thank those readers who have so kindly helped me to distribute Fur Crusade leaflets, which tell people which furs may be worn without undue cruelty. I now have 115,000 of these in circulation ; but am still handicapped by lack of funds.—I am, Sir, &c., .