Please don't let the animals suffer in your zoos
  • Petitioning President of Egypt

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President of Egypt

Please don't let the animals suffer in your zoos

    1. Occupy for Animals
    2. Petition by

      Occupy for Animals

      Luxembourg, Luxembourg

This petition has been started by Occupy for Animals on September 27, 2012.

Despite all our previous pleas to the CITES director and after several meetings of our Egyptian activist members with the responsible authorities, nothing much has changed inside the zoos and the animals in Egypt's seven governmental zoos continue to suffer terribly.

As our last resort, we are now turning to the President of Egypt asking him to intervene and to appoint a person to specifically ensure that the changes needed are carried out as soon as possible.

For further information, pictures, videos and press reports, as well as the links to other, related petitions, please visit:

http://www.occupyforanimals.org/egypts-zoos--hell-holes-for-animals.html

By signing our petition, the letter that you can read below will be sent instantly to the President of Egypt.

We thank you very much, in advance, for signing our petition and for speaking up for the poor animals who are imprisoned in the governmental zoos of Egypt.

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    • Irene Polchet MIDRAND, SOUTH AFRICA
      • 1 day ago

      Because they don't have a voice.

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    • Jamie Purkey LOS ANGELES, CA
      • 2 days ago

      Omg!!! You bastards are the animals.

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    • Chris Glisson SANDTON, SOUTH AFRICA
      • 2 days ago

      Shut these shitholes down ! NOW !

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    • UTE CHRISTNER ESSEN, GERMANY
      • 2 days ago

      was arme und hungrige Tiere <3

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    • Paul Van den Durpel LOKEREN, BELGIUM
      • 13 days ago

      no words neccessary

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