If you feel that Tony at the "Tiger Truck Stop" in Grosse Tete, Louisiana (a road side attraction) should be released into a humane sanctuary please sign this petition. Tony is a little over 8 years old and has been at the truck stop his whole life. He deserves to live the rest of his life at a sanctuary in peace. Your opinion counts. PLEASE tell us how you feel.
"The measure of a society is the manner in which it treats it's animals."
I WAS TOLD BY THE AUTHORITIES THAT IT WAS UP TO THE PEOPLE, HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO VOICE YOUR OPINION.....
November 4Th, 2008
Dear Maria Davidson,
The last time we spoke on the phone (10-30-08) you said that it's going to take more then the parish, that its up the people. Please find enclosed what the people have to say about Tony an endangered tiger living at the Tiger Truck Stop. Most people just want what is best for the tiger and I think that is why so many people have tried so hard to end the tigers being at the truck stop. I hope that you take the time to review the comments that people have written. This petition was started on 10-31-08 days ago and look how many people care about the tigers quality of life. Can you imagine if I had started it the first day that I saw Tony on 1-31-08? Please notice that I kept the petition simple by not saying anything about the twenty years of violations from the USDA or about all the information on the internet about the Tiger Truck Stop and tigers. I just said tiger living at truck stop and added one picture.
Please Maria for Tony don't let him remain at the truck stop.
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