Dade City’s Wild Things Banned From Owning Tigers

PETA was awarded a default judgment and permanent injunction in our Endangered Species Act lawsuit against Dade City’s Wild Things in Florida, which is now permanently banned from owning or possessing endangered tigers and has reportedly closed its doors! The remaining tigers were relocated to The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Colorado, where they will be able to roam vast habitats and be free from exploitation for the first time in their lives.

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