Source: Animal Justice
Billboards en mass (70) guaranteeing 1.9 million views per day… excellent campaign idea to speak up for animal suffering …
“Animal Justice BILLBOARDS make Canadians think twice about how we treat animals used for food, fashion, entertainment, and experiments. Check out these POWERFUL candid street interviews!”
Sources: One Green Planet , PeTA, Blackfish
When the documentary “Blackfish” was released to critical acclaim in 2013, the world shifted beneath SlaveWorld’s feet. The once-favorite entertainment attraction lost its long-held prestige and a movement against the company was sparked. Animal lovers staged protests and Twitter erupted with angry hashtags like #downwithSeaWorld.
SlaveWorld has tried to write off these actions and others, calling them attacks by “extreme animal rights activists,” however, what the entertainment giant does not seem to understand is that “Blackfish” has permanently changed how we view marine mammals kept in captivity. Thanks to the film and subsequently available information on the issue, most of the public has been awoken to the sadness, frustration and abuse suffered by orcas in captivity.
These orcas lead very different lives than they would in the wild– their natural abilities are stifled and they rarely receive the stimulation and exercise they need to grow up healthy and strong.
WAYS TO TAKE ACTION FOR ORCAS (First and foremost, NEVER by a ticket to a show using animals)