No Private Wild Animal Ownership - Lions Tigers & Bears

It’s Time To Stop The Private Ownership of Wild Animals

Dear Members and Visitors,

The brutal images we saw from the tragedy in Ohio is a stark reminder to us all that stronger and more strict regulations are desperately needed to ban the buying and selling of wild and exotic animals in the United States. Make-shift zoos and private pet owners create dangerous situations for themselves and their communities.

For years, I have talked about keeping wild animals in the wild and banning the private ownership of these exotics. Working with other sanctuaries around the country, we have pressed for these new laws and regulations but need your help.

While we can no longer help all the animals that sadly lost their lives in Zanesville in 2011, there are still thousands of animals that remain at risk, along with communities. I’m asking you to help us and join the efforts against private ownership of wild and exotic animals by doing any or all of the following:

These animals deserve better and should be left in the wild. Our mission is to help those animals that have had this taken away from them and to ensure the protection of all wild animals. Thank you for your support for these wonderful animals.

Sincerely,

Bobbi Brink
Owner/Director
Lions, Tigers & Bears

Contact Your U.S. Senator in California

Boxer, Barbara – (D – CA)
112 HART SENATE OFFICE BUILDING
WASHINGTON DC 20510
(202) 224-3553

Feinstein, Dianne – (D – CA)
331 HART SENATE OFFICE BUILDING
WASHINGTON DC 20510
(202) 224-3841