In response to your editorial "Going After the Big Cats," perhaps a better title would have been, "Going After the Hunters and Hunting."
Why doesn't the author just say he or she disapproves of hunters and hunting. It seems apparent in the last paragraph where he or she says, ". . . to permit 210 sportsmen to track the cats with dogs until the winded animals are cornered and shot."
Why did this writer run the readers around for six paragraphs before he or she let the cat out of the bag?
Please, in the future, say what you mean, it will save our time and your ink.