Quintana Roo, recognized for its white-sand seashores and tropical jungles, is a well-liked vacationer vacation spot. The Congress of this state in southern Mexico units a superb instance of kindness and customary sense for the remainder of the world by main the cost for animals and enacting legal guidelines that shield them. Now, the Congress has handed essential laws that bans the show of untamed animals in public areas. We want your assist to ask that Governor Carlos Joaquín publish the legislation in the Official Gazette in order that it might take impact and shield animals.
Wild animals used for public encounters are virtually continually confined to cramped cages when not used in interactions with the public. Big-cat moms are pressured to mass-produce cubs, who’re often taken away after they’re solely hours, days, or weeks previous. They usually undergo in excessive temperatures and are disadvantaged of every little thing that’s pure and necessary to them in order that exhibitors could make a fast buck. In simply weeks, the cubs develop too giant and harmful for public contact, and so they’re often left in barren cages at roadside zoos for the remainder of their lives. Children and adults have been injured by tigers, primates, reptiles, and different animals throughout direct contact.
After being contacted by the native animal rights group Animal Heroes, by dozens of involved vacationers and native residents, and by PETA Latino and our supporters, state legislators unanimously voted to amend the Quintana Roo Animal Protection and Welfare Law to prohibit the exhibition of wildlife in public areas.
Please act now! Ask the governor of Quintana Roo to publish the legislation in the Official Gazette in order that it might take impact.
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