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01/18/13: Over 900 dolphins have vanished into the infamous Cove at Taiji so far this year, a little over halfway into the six-month dolphin season. Many of them are slaughtered for their meat while the survivors are sold to aquariums around the globe. Despite growing opposition to the annual slaughter, the Japanese government allows the season to continue unabated. Demand an immediate end to this senseless slaughter and sign below.
Goal: 30,000 Progress: 26,731
Sponsored by: The Animal Rescue Site

The time has come once again for the mass slaughter of dolphins in Taiji, Japan. Bottlenose dolphins are the prime target, and their highly-toxic meat is considered a delicacy. The fishermen who conduct the slaughter lure the dolphins into a blocked-off cove from which there is no escape. They then spear the dolphins until they take their last breaths and sink down below, never to be seen again.

The Japanese government has the ability to condemn this bloody event, and punish those who are participating in the slaughter. But thus far — with tens of thousands of dolphins killed in the last few years — they have done nothing about it.

Sign the petition asking the Japanese government to prohibit the dolphin slaughter once and for all.

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Dear Prime Minister Shinzō Abe:

I am appalled that you have continued to allow the dolphin slaughter that takes place in Taiji starting every September. Every year thousands of dolphins are slaughtered by Japanese fishermen in order to keep the fish populations plentiful and to sell the dolphins' meat. The fishermen employ brutal methods for killing the dolphins. When the slaughter commences, they lure the dolphins into a cove from which they cannot escape. They then throw spears at the dolphins and stab them.

Some of the dolphins are taken to zoos and aquariums where they will live out the rest of their lives in captivity.

Population control is simply no excuse to brutally murder these beautiful and majestic creatures. I find it appalling the dolphin slaughter has been allowed to continue for this long and beg you to reconsider your support of it. Please cease to support this inhumane act.

We need to advocate for these animals if we hope to end this disgusting act of violence before any more precious dolphins are killed for no good reason.

Sincerely,

Petition Signatures


Apr 19, 2014 Melanie Perry
Apr 19, 2014 Penny Nelson
Apr 19, 2014 kathleen bird
Apr 19, 2014 (Name not displayed)
Apr 19, 2014 Rebecka Bunch
Apr 19, 2014 Matthias Haess
Apr 19, 2014 Elisabetta Lelli
Apr 19, 2014 Kyoko Matsunaga
Apr 18, 2014 Jan Ingle
Apr 18, 2014 Lisa Drolet
Apr 18, 2014 Tara Lee
Apr 18, 2014 adam marland
Apr 18, 2014 sammy sankey
Apr 17, 2014 susan wepking
Apr 17, 2014 Christine Carbone
Apr 17, 2014 Irene Schütz
Apr 17, 2014 Mika Rowan
Apr 17, 2014 Kori Hoffmeyer
Apr 17, 2014 Pia Heyn
Apr 17, 2014 Stephanie Lloyd
Apr 17, 2014 rox mater
Apr 17, 2014 Christy Miles
Apr 17, 2014 collee bayer I am sorry, the population of dolphins do not effect fish supplies for humans. Other humans do. humans are the ones over fishing. Dolphins numbers like other marine animals are declining and they keep oceans healthy for all. Simple biology
Apr 16, 2014 Donna Lampkin
Apr 16, 2014 Kristy Elam Lindberg
Apr 16, 2014 (Name not displayed)
Apr 16, 2014 JULIANNA BENEFIELD
Apr 16, 2014 PEGGY CARTER
Apr 16, 2014 Danielle Fritz
Apr 16, 2014 alexandra saunders This is shocking Japan still kills dolphins. It is totally unacceptable and barbaric behavior.
Apr 16, 2014 ELLISSA LIPPERT
Apr 16, 2014 Monika Kaim
Apr 16, 2014 bruce caron
Apr 16, 2014 Chris Miller
Apr 16, 2014 Jess Duelfer
Apr 16, 2014 Petruta Mureseanu
Apr 16, 2014 Carol Horcher
Apr 16, 2014 Amy Flicek
Apr 16, 2014 Dave Douglas
Apr 16, 2014 Teresa Lyons
Apr 16, 2014 Ludmila Sigal
Apr 16, 2014 Michelle Crimi
Apr 16, 2014 Ola Almazova
Apr 16, 2014 Johanna de Bruin
Apr 15, 2014 Sally Clanin
Apr 15, 2014 heidi foraker
Apr 15, 2014 Cathie Viccari
Apr 14, 2014 LaDonna Earl-Jones
Apr 14, 2014 Katie Martin
Apr 14, 2014 Heather Brownlee

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