Miami-Dade Aviation Department Commits to Not Using Glue Traps!

The Miami-Dade Aviation Department—which controls Miami International Airport and four other airports in South Florida—agreed to ban glue traps. The company removed the existing traps from the premises and confirmed that future contracts will stipulate a total ban on these cruel devices, which ensnare small animals, causing them a tremendous amount of pain and a slow, agonizing death.

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