After watching the academy award winning movie, "The Cove", I decided I had to do something to help the slaughter of over 20,000 dolphins each year in Japan. The film focuses on curtailing the supply of dolphins coming out of the small fishing village of Taiji, but the only way to really stem the supply is to stop the demand. Only we can do this, so only we can save the dolphins!
In my mother's day, it was acceptable to wear a lovely fur coat. Public pressure changed this. People just like you changed this. Now, we don't need 100 chinchillas to give up their lives so we can stay warm. You can make the same change today by telling Carnival Cruise you are going to boycott their line until they eliminate dolphin experiences from their shore excursions.
I am not an activist. I am just a country school teacher, but I can't wait for someone else to stop this horribly unmerciful slaughter. If you watch "The Cove", I know you will feel the same. Please help me. Please sign the petition below, repost to your Facebook, and send by email to your friends.
Problem on this page? Briefly let us know what isn't working for you and we'll try to make it right!