Director, writer, and actor Eli Roth speaks out against violence toward animals in his PETA PSA and print ad.
GW’s associates are a collection of the usual suspects, many of them chronic violators of the federal Animal Welfare Act.
Just a few of the animals who suffered and sometimes died at G.W. Exotic Animal Memorial Park.
USDA has repeatedly cited GW for violating the minimum standards of care per the Animal Welfare Act, and has filed a 20-page complaint against GW.
Allegations sent to PETA from a former employee of G.W. Exotic Animal Memorial Park.
G.W. Exotic, a pseudo-sanctuary, breeds animals to keep itself supplied with cute babies to draw visitors to the park for profit
At GW Exotic, Animals were punched, kicked, sprayed with water, struck with rakes and shovels, and blasted with fire extinguishers to break up fights.
Undercover PETA investigators found that Agriprocessors ignored both the Jewish commitment to compassion and federal law.
The GW investigator’s log notes read like a journal from hell documenting animal abuse, neglect and serious injuries.