GAME FARMS AND
UNETHICAL WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY
What is a 'Game Farm'?
It is where game animals are raised to stock areas for hunting, or photography.
Game Farms (such as the Triple "D" 'Wildlife' in Kalispell, Montana)
are inhumane and unethical.
Wild animals are forced to live in cages while the owners sell 'time' to photographers
forcing the animals to become 'models'.
The conditions they are kept in are 'shocking'.
The cages and food / water containers are filthy.
A Triple D Game Farm inspection by USDA details filthy food and water receptacles for exotic cats including bobcats and lynx. Bobcats are said to be trying to chew their way to freedom and have to walk on bare metal cage floors due to inadequate substrates. These cats, plus the tigers and cougars are reported to be living in their own food waste and feces. The enclosures are so grimy that the doors are in danger of not being operational and the overall decay has attracted swarms of flies.
The big cats are often declawed so there is no hope of returning them to the wild.
THIS MUST BE OUTLAWED.
DO NOT SUPPORT THESE ESTABLISHMENTS.
Animals should be honored and respected in their natural habitat.
If their habitat is diminishing - then help to rebuild it!
PHONY WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY
HORRIFYING SECRETS OF CANNED HUNTING INDUSTRY (AKA GAME FARMING)
ILLEGAL IN CANADA
HELPING CAPTIVE WILD ANIMALS