Visitors
to Jambbas Ranch Tours
in Fayetteville, North Carolina, are used to
seeing animals confined to cramped, filthy cages …


with nothing but putrid water to drink …


and suffering from diseases and injuries.

But
this hellhole still manages to hold horrifying surprises in store. A recent
visitor was appalled to discover the body of a dead rabbit lying apparently
unnoticed in an elevated cage:

PETA
and the Animal Legal Defense Fund have filed a complaint with the U.S.
Department of Agriculture (USDA) about the rabbit’s death and the disgusting
conditions (see photos above) recently documented at Jambbas. Sadly, this is
nothing new. In fact, nearly every USDA inspection of Jambbas for the past
seven years has resulted in citations for failing to provide animals with even
the minimum care required by the Animal Welfare Act (AWA).

The
zoo’s chronic violations of the AWA should
disqualify it from having its exhibitor’s license renewed, yet inexplicably,
the USDA continues to renew Jambbas’ license year after year, which prompted PETA and
others to file a lawsuit
last year to force the agency to take
action.

What You Can Do

Please
urge the USDA to revoke Jambbas’ license and let the zoo’s captive animals
finally retire to reputable sanctuaries, just as Ben, the long-suffering
bear
,
has.

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Article source: PETA Files

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