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Legal disclaimer about swimming with tigers email :-)

From: Julie
Sent on: Thursday, October 11, 2012 11:53 AM
In my previous email, I meant to say the following:

The good news is that you can help us educate commissioners about the inherent cruelty in this, especially with all the publicity it’s getting.  There’s a link to a pre-written letter that’s been set up for you to sign at:    

We need 1000’s of signatures fast, so please share this on all your networks, with all your friends.  We don't want tigers bred for this purpose. Since it's currently only legal to swim with baby tigers under a certain weight, what happens to them when their short shelf life as a photo prop or swimming buddy expires?  Where do they end up?  

A long life in a cage is a high price to pay for a few minutes of interacting with wildlife.

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