Don't allow tigers and jaguars to be killed for fun in South Africa.

  • by: Animal Shame
  • target: The environment minister of South Africa
ANIMAL SHAME- Tigers are from Asia and Jaguars are from Latin America so you are probably wondering what they are doing in Africa.

They are been bred to be killed for fun by tourists. Thousands of African animals are killed each year in the sick canned hunting industry in South Africa but now trophy hunting farms appear to be breeding non African animals to be hunted for pleasure.

In the canned hunting industry animals are taken away from their mothers and hand raised in petting zoos, once too large to be petted they are sent back to the trophy hunting farms where they wait to grow until one day the tame animal is killed (in an enclosure).

Canned hunting is a shocking industry and how it is legal is beyond belief.

Trophy hunting farms are even selling tiger cubs over facebook.
 
For more photos please visit the Animal Shame facebook page:
http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.238866572860312.57332.225598740853762&type=1 
We the undersigned ask that you put an end to any tiger or jaguar hunts in South Africa.

We ask that you start a register to account to the whereabouts of all of the tigers and jaguars that are in trophy hunting farms in South Africa.

Here are some examples of tigers that are living in trophy hunting farms :

x8 tigers advertised for sale on the facebook page of Onsseplekki safaris.
x3 tigers advertised for sale on the Aney Safaris facebook page.
x1 adult tiger that is living at the Grand safari game farm.

We would like this register to be made public for all to see and also like the register to include the cause and reason of deaths to avoid them been killed in the trophy hunting industry.

We also ask for an explanation to South African based Gotosama Safaris openly showing pictures of a trophy hunted tiger and jaguar on their website.

Thank you
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