End the ongoing slaughter of thousands of animals at PAMPAS SAFARI - The largest safari in Latin America!

  • by: Ana Luisa Naghettini
  • target: The Brazilian Minister of Natural Environment: Sarney Filho and The Brazilian Minister for Agriculture: Blairo Maggi.
The Pampas Safari zoo/sanctuary (located in Gravataí, Rio Grande do Sul state, Brazil) will be shut down, threatening the lives of thousands of exotic animals.
20 deer have already been shot to death, mothers and cubs as well.
Camels, zebras, hippos, deer, cattle, antelopes, buffalos, swans, rheas, flamingos, llamas, tortoises, peacocks, monkeys, capybaras and many other birds species are also to be murdered.
The Brazilian Federal Environmental Agency – IBAMA – has been compliant. Conveniently and coincidently, a brucellosis/tuberculosis allert was made by the Febernati family in a false attempt to weaken the protest.
The Febernati family has been running the place since 1977 and is reluctant towards a humanitarian approach. Brazilian animal rights activists are also under threat and in need for international support.
Please help us raise international awareness of the ongoing slaughter taking place and help us find new homes for these animals!
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