Animals suffering at Jambbas Ranch can't wait another day for freedom.They need you to take action NOW.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has
suspended the Animal Welfare Act (AWA) license of notorious roadside zoo
Jambbas Ranch for four months, after having charged it with nearly a dozen
violations include failure to give adequate veterinary care to two bison who
were left to languish with open wounds, a dehydrated rabbit who was too weak to
reach a water can, and two emaciated goats, one of whom was found dead.
In addition to having its license suspended, Jambbas
has also been ordered to pay a fine, is prohibited from possessing dangerous animals
(such as big cats, bears,
and primates), and can no longer exhibit more than 30 animals.
Although the USDA's
order is a step in the right direction, it isn't enough. Animals don't need fines—they need freedom!
HELP THESE ANIMALS.
Urge Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and USDA General Counsel
Ramona E. Romero to make sure that the USDA permanently
revokes Jambbas' license and refuses to renew it again.
Dear [Decision Maker],