Whale Woes

Published by PETA.

If you’re as big a fan of Whale Wars as I am, you probably already have a pretty good idea of the evil that is whaling. For those of you who can’t afford cable, suffice it to say that the Japanese continue to kill hundreds of whales every year under the guise of “research”—except that they also happen to have a thriving business in the sale of whale flesh and other whale products. Hmmm … sounds pretty fishy (or should I say “sea-kitteny”?) to me.

Do we have to paint a picture for you? No worries—our good friends over at Experience Project already have. Check out their short but extremely powerful video on whaling here:

 

 

If you can watch it without reaching for a hanky, you are a stronger person than I am. While there, you can also take a minute to put your John Hancock on a letter to President Obama urging him to stand by his campaign promise to strengthen the international ban on whaling (which the Japanese and Norwegians are pretty much thumbing their noses at).

Written by Alisa Mullins

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