UGH: As part of a publicity stunt, Aflac took a live duck to a crowded New York City subway station on September 23.
A busy subway station is a highly stressful environment for a duck, who can't possibly understand the reason for all the noise and commotion, let alone a gathering crowd with flashing cameras! Animals used in stunts like this often become stressed and anxious when they are hauled around and forced into unfamiliar or frightening situations. Plain and simple: It's not right. Tell Aflac to agree NOT to use live ducks in future events, promotions, or advertisements by using the form below to send them a polite letter.
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