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Wednesday, September 12, 2007

PETA Goes After Manila Zoo

PETA plans to picket the zoo in Manila on Thursday to protest conditions there.

Members of the animal welfare group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) will picket the Manila Zoo on Thursday to protest congestion in the zoo and alleged “psychological sufferings” of the captive wildlife there.

PETA, in a statement, said that unless the animals were freed, they are sure to suffer “a lifetime of loneliness and misery.”

“The animals at the Manila Zoo are treated like prisoners, even though they've committed no crime. These animals are bred or captured for a lifetime of loneliness and misery, and the best way to help stop the suffering is to boycott the zoo,” PETA director for Asia-Pacific Jason Baker said.

1 comment:

batugan said...

asteg ! para sa liberasyon!!!!

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