Tell Florida- Kittens are not "Alligator Bait"

  • By: Animal Advocates
  • Target: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Executive Director Nick Wiley

The unthinkable happened in West Palm Beach, Florida- kittens were rescued off a boat, tied up and intended to be used as "bait". Accoring to the rescuer at Adopt A Cat Foundation, it's not that uncommon- kittens are used as fish bait, shark bait, and alligator bait.

Putting a cat in water is cruelty enough; but to put a cat tied up, or with fish hooks inserted- to be eaten alive by a shark or an alligator, is depraved, savage brutality.

We ask the Florida Fish and Wildlife Law Enforcement to make arrests and file charges of animal cruelty against these fishermen.

SOURCE: http://news.ninemsn.com.au/world/7934505/pair-rescue-alligator-bait-kittens

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Executive Director Nick Wiley
Farris Bryant Building
620 S. Meridian St.Tallahassee, FL
32399-1600
Phone: 850-487-3796

The unthinkable happened in West Palm Beach, Florida- kittens were rescued off a boat, tied up and intended to be used as "bait". Accoring to the rescuer at Adopt A Cat Foundation, it's not that uncommon- kittens are used as fish bait, shark bait, and alligator bait.



Putting a cat in water is cruelty enough; but to put a cat tied up, or with fish hooks inserted- to be eaten alive by a shark or an alligator, is depraved, savage brutality.



We ask the Florida Fish and Wildlife Law Enforcement to make arrests and file charges of animal cruelty against these fishermen.

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