Hong Kong Airlines Profits from Animal Cruelty
On February 22, 2012, The China Daily News reported that Hong Kong Airlines is profiting from animal cruelty by striking a HK$850,000 deal to fly live dolphins from Japan to Vietnam. Five Taiji dolphins were transported via cargo flight in “flying coffins” on January 16, 2012. They spent at least 7 hours in this cruel confinement. Dolphins are neither cargo, nor commerce, nor entertainment. Hong Kong Airlines, stop profiting off of animal cruelty! For more details, please read the article published by Simon Parry in The China Daily News at: http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/hkedition/2012-02/22/content_14662541.htm
For more on how YOU can become involved in the social media campaign to end the slaughter and captivity of marine mammals in Taiji and worldwide, go to: https://www.facebook.com/Savemistythedolphin
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- Dolphin activist cleared in Japan (smh.com.au)