What We Can Learn From the Case of LA Zoo’s Elephants That Proves These Animals Deserve Rights | One Green Planet

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On May 25th, the California Supreme Court vacated a lower court’s injunction requiring the Los Angeles Zoo to treat its three elephants better. Specifically, the injunction mandated that the zoo allows the elephants to exercise for at least two hours a day on rototilled soil and prohibited the zoo from using illegal, painful electric shock or bull hooks to control them. This decision is deeply disappointing to those of us concerned about the elephants’ wel

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is it a crime to give water to pigs ?

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It´s actually a shame that we feel happy that animal rights activist Anita Krajnc found not guilty of mischief after giving water to pigs. This was humane behaviour and not something that should be prosecuted but the situation for people who care about the wellbeeing of animals has become so problematic that this matter of course is something a court had to handle. I can´t comment on the police obstruction charges as I am not a witness. I can just comment that humane behaviour should not be surpressed by governments.

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/obstruction-charge-stayed-against-ontario-animal-rights-activist-anita-krajnc/article35120560/