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EDITORIAL

Editorial comment from Matthew Steeples Our editor tells it like it is and he rarely minces his words

Free The Caged Big Cats

Matthew Steeples argues in support of The Big Cat Public Safety Act and urges readers to support his IFAW fundraiser in London

Tomorrow in London, I will host a fundraiser for the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). Alongside a whole array of supporters and personalities, we will raise funds for this the crusading charity’s work protecting elephants in the Amboseli National Park in Kenya, but elsewhere other endangered animals continue to suffer.

 

Free The Caged Big Cats – Matthew Steeples argues in support of The Big Cat Public Safety Act and urges readers to support his IFAW fundraiser in London.
The Steeple Times’ editor Matthew Steeples today urges readers to support IFAW in its efforts to conserve elephants in the Amboseli National Park

Whilst headlines last week have highlighted the terrible story of a “big game hunter” (I’d instead term him a “sick, callous monster”) who brags of being “totally unrepentant” after killing 5,000 elephants, 60 lions, 50 hippos and 40 leopards in Africa, in America there are now more tigers living in backyards than there are living wild in the entire world.

 

To help highlight the fact that is easier to buy a tiger in some US states than it is to adopt a rescue dog, Azzedine Downes, president and chief executive officer of IFAW, recently penned an article for The Hill in support of bringing The Big Cat Public Safety Act into law. Implementation of this would rescue over 10,000 big cats currently being kept in inhumane conditions in that country and make it illegal to keep as pets or allow public contact with any lions, tigers, leopards, cheetahs, jaguars, pumas or cougars.

 

This is a law, just like the ivory ban that I would like to see brought in worldwide, that we must all support. Whilst dreadful animal slaughterers such as Larysa Switlyk and Donald Trump Jr. deservedly attract negative media attention for their barbaric activities, supporting the cause of freeing the big cats held in captivity also must be given rightful attention.

 

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Free The Caged Big Cats – Matthew Steeples argues in support of The Big Cat Public Safety Act and urges readers to support his IFAW fundraiser in London.
Barbaric monster Larysa Switlyk “proudly” poses with a bear she brutally murdered
Free The Caged Big Cats – Matthew Steeples argues in support of The Big Cat Public Safety Act and urges readers to support his IFAW fundraiser in London.
Donald Trump Jr. smugly stands with the trunk of an elephant he callously took the life of
Free The Caged Big Cats – Matthew Steeples argues in support of The Big Cat Public Safety Act and urges readers to support his IFAW fundraiser in London.
Ron Thomson sits looking smug whilst bragging about savagely slaughtering 5,000 elephants, 60 lions, 50 hippos and 40 leopards

Comments

5 comments on “Free The Caged Big Cats”

  1. I could not believe what I’ve learnt from reading this article. Those caging tigers are not humans? They are beneath contempt and should be locked up themselves.

  2. These fucking assholes should be dropped into the wilderness, and then hunted down by trophy hunters. Let them feel the terror, the sick basterds. The males probably all have tiny penises and the females wish they were males with tiny penises.

  3. Thank you, Dodge, perfectly put …
    If there is a Hell I sincerely hope there’s a particularly vile spot for this vile threesome and their ilk…

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