Success! Travel Giant Thomas Cook Cuts Ties With SeaWorld Following Yearlong PETA Project

Victory! Travel Giant Thomas Cook Cuts Ties With SeaWorld Following Yearlong PETA Project

Champagne corks are popping at PETA today with the statement that Thomas Cook will stop offering tickets to SeaWorld– and all parks that confine extremely intelligent whales in the name of entertainment.This pleased news comes

after months of determined campaigning that consisted of over 150 protests around the country held by our terrific fans, tens of countless letters from thoughtful members of the public– including Sharon Osbourne, Paul O’Grady, and prominent explorer and environmentalist Jean-Michel Cousteau– and multiple conferences with Thomas Cook management throughout the last 12 months, consisting of at the business’s annual general conference when we demanded in front of its investors that it do the right thing and end all ticket sales to the infamous marine abusement park.There’s great factor why a company that touts itself as animal-friendly ought to choose not to be connected with SeaWorld. The whale required to spend their whole lives swimming in circles in its small, concrete, chlorinated cells would normally swim up to 100 miles a day. They are regularly drugged to manage the resulting stress-induced aggressive behaviour, and 41 orcas and countless other animals have actually passed away on SeaWorld’s watch– far except their natural life expectancies. There’s no humane way to keep these highly intelligent animals in captivity, not to mention require them to carry out terrible circus-style tricks for food. This special success implies that Thomas Cook has now become the world-leading travel service provider for animal well-being that it had actually claimed to be, and if other travel providers intend to maintain a shred of credibility with animal-loving British holidaymakers, they should follow its lead and instantly announce that they, too, will end the monetary lifeline they are offering these cruel marine parks.A substantial” Thank you”to everyone who assisted in achieving this victory. Whether you signed our action alert, took part in a presentation and handed out leaflets, called your regional Thomas Cook shop to complain, or shared our campaign with loved ones, we could not have done it without you. Together, we are changing the world for animals. As you pop open the bubbly, please take a minute to assist get Morgan, a young whale suffering in captivity at the vicious Loro Parque marine park, launched back into her ocean home by finalizing this petition to the Spanish federal government. Tell the Spanish Federal Government to Let Morgan Go House © Free Morgan Foundation