Take a stand to stop brutal slaughter of dolphins in Taiji Japan
  • Petitioning Caroline Kennedy

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Take a stand to stop brutal slaughter of dolphins in Taiji Japan

    1. Petition by

      Barbara Richter

      Pinole, CA

Each year hundreds of dolphins and whales are slaughtered for meat. A small number are sold into captivity for amusement at marine parks such as Seaworld. Greed drives this practice and the government of Japan allows it to continue. We are asking our U.S. Ambassador to end the slaughter of helpless mammals

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Caroline Kennedy
Take a stand to stop brutal slaughter of dolphins in Taiji Japan

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Emily Ankrom WAYNESBURG, PA
      • about 1 month ago

      The mass slaughter of dolphins is sickeningly cruel and unnecessary. What is even more sick is that people are being poisoned by the high mercury levels in dolphin mean that is being passed off as some other meat. It is a dispicable practice to murder such beautiful creatures and poison innocent people for capital gain.

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    • Danielle Saint-Pierre Robinson CARLETON PLACE, CANADA
      • about 1 month ago

      This absolutely horrific. It has to stop. How can" human" beings do such slaughter. Please help

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      • about 1 month ago

      Please, please help end this horrific slaughter.

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    • Amanda Herzog YUMA, AZ
      • about 1 month ago

      I can't find the words to describe how much this haunts me. Please help.

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    • Susan Bohanna RHYL, UNITED KINGDOM
      • about 1 month ago

      This is important to me because it is cruel, and there is no justification for wanton cruelty, regardless of the species or the excuses sub-humans make to justify it - as if anything could!!

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