Find and prosecute the cruel men who kicked a squirrel off the edge of the Grand Canyon
On August 2, 2014, news outlets reported that two men (French-speaking) lured a squirrel to the edge of the Grand Canyon with treats -- only to then cruelly kick the innocent and unassuming creature over the edge.
At its highest point, the Grand Canyon is 6,000 feet high.
This heinous act was premeditated: the men carefully placed the food in a manner to entrap the squirrel, before one of the men deliberately put on his sneaker in order to punt the squirrrel off the landing.
Not only is this act completely callous to the squirrel who no doubt experienced total terror while finding herself in free fall for thousands of feet and at hundreds of miles per hour before her likely death, but this type of consciously planned animal abuse has been reported as typical sociopathic behavior, which sometimes leads to serial killing (both of non-human and human animals).
The men responsible MUST be found and prosecuted for their actions. No tourist nor American citizen should be permitted to harm an animal in any circumstance, particularly in a national park where the environment and animals in it are officially protected by the state.
Sign the petition now to ask both the National Park Servce and Interpol to find these abusers and bring them to justice!
- U.S National Park Services
- National Park Service and Interpol
The men who cruelly lured a squirrel to the edge of the Grand Canyon only to kick her off the edge must be found and prosecuted for their heinous actions. That squirrel was protected as a part of the national park -- the men are not only committing animal cruelty, they are doing it in a national park that is protected and revered by American citizens and tourists from all over the world. Men who commit such acts of violence against animals are likely to commit future crimes against animals and humans. Please help us bring these perpetrators to justice.
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