Written by Michelle Kretzer
social-networking site Pinterest
is great for sharing fashion tips, cool pictures, and recipes—and for calling out a business that abuses animals.
When we saw that SeaWorld
had started a Pinterest page, we knew we could use it to orcas' advantage.
what colorful words SeaWorld execs uttered when they saw this:
who went to SeaWorld's Pinterest page saw animal advocates' calls to release orca Tilikum and the other
to a marine sanctuary.
our Pinterest protest was a little good clean fun at SeaWorld's expense, we
hope the execs are starting to see that no amount of their online hype will
keep SeaWorld's cruelty covered up.
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