These are the four television spots that will be airing in Cheyenne and Denver starting Tuesday, July 14, through July 24. More than 600 ads will be airing on CNN, FoxNews, MSNBC, Entertainment, MTV and HGTV, among other cable networks.
For more information on what you can do to stop this, please visit Fish Feel here.
MECHANICSVILLE, MD – Graphic undercover video taken here of a killing "contest" this past weekend, and now being made public, documents a horrific slaughter of Cownose Rays, who were shot by arrows at point-blank range. The rays were then gaffed and repeatedly clubbed with bats before slowly suffocating to death.
Hundreds of indigenous Cownose Rays – many of them pregnant – were mutilated, killed and then dumped as garbage into the river. The so-called "Battle of the Rays" tournament was held Saturday, June 13, 2015 near Mechanicsville, on the Patuxent River tributary of Chesapeake Bay. Over a hundred bowfishers participated.
Much more to follow in the coming days. Here is the raw footage SHARK and Fish Feel is providing the media:
In 2011 SHARK's cameras documented the Reno Rodeo shocking horses with 5,000 volts of painful electricity to make then appear wild. You can see the video below. The rodeo promised to make changes for the next year.
In 2012 SHARK returned to the Reno Rodeo and and again documented them shocking horses to perform. The only change they made was to try and do it secretly now. The rodeo thugs had hidden a shocking device inside a glove and were shocking horses, some right in the face, with their hidden torture device that the manufacturer says shouldn't be used in a rodeo setting and NEVER on horses. Video below.
Please call or mail (see bottom of page for emails) the Forest Preserve District of Will County at 815-727-8700, and very politely ask that the killing stop, and that nonlethal options be explored.
Read a Chicago Tribune story here: Animal rights group questions deer kill (3-12-15)
Read a CBS Chicago story here: Animal Rights Group Wants Will County To End Deer Culling (3-13-15)
Read another Chicago Tribune story here: SHARK has at least one ally on Will County board (3-18-15)
Chicago Tribune Story here: Animal activists spur review of deer culling (4-9-15)
Herald-News story here: Animal rights group questions Forest Preserve District's deer culling program (4-9-15)