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7/25/2014: Despite fervent worldwide opposition, the Japanese government has permitted the annual slaughter of thousands of dolphins in Taiji for nearly 50 years. September marks the start of the hunting season. Now is the time to speak out!
Goal: 50,000 Progress: 48,743
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, their meat sold as a culinary delicacy and their bodies sold as amusement park entertainment.

The fishermen who conduct the slaughter lure the dolphins into a secluded cove from which there is no escape. Terrified and exhausted, the dolphins are systematically and brutally bludgeoned to death.

By the end of each hunting season, which lasts from September to April, close to 1,000 dolphins are killed for slaughter and dozens more are sold into captivity. Those that don't die from the brutal attack generally drown on the way to the slaughterhouse. Nursing mothers aren't spared, babies aren't spared.

The Japanese government has the ability to condemn this bloody event and punish those who participate. 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


May 4, 2015 licelia rivera
May 3, 2015 Jala Farquhar
May 3, 2015 robert morgan
May 3, 2015 Carmen Calleja
May 2, 2015 Destiny Jones
May 2, 2015 Ozzie Benson This is a sick and barbaric tradition; killing gentle harmless animals for fun. Shameful is what it is...
May 1, 2015 (Name not displayed)
May 1, 2015 Wendel Paula Souza
Apr 30, 2015 PAULA CLEMENTS
Apr 30, 2015 claudia claudia correia
Apr 30, 2015 Eilene Reizer
Apr 30, 2015 brianna wernham
Apr 30, 2015 Larry Brogdon
Apr 30, 2015 Donald Glenister
Apr 30, 2015 Reinaldo Minillo
Apr 30, 2015 Li Parsons
Apr 30, 2015 Nancy Madigan
Apr 30, 2015 Susan Blyth
Apr 30, 2015 Donna Rock
Apr 30, 2015 Amie Smith
Apr 30, 2015 Christina donegan
Apr 30, 2015 Sara Serrano
Apr 29, 2015 Penny Fleischman
Apr 29, 2015 Lucia Nocentini
Apr 29, 2015 Arooj Basma
Apr 29, 2015 Tina Shurtleff Out of all the animal atrocities out there this is one of the worst. Stabbing innocent intelligent dolphins to death while their family's swim in each others blood. For what. Japan has commercials in about all of their technology. Bull.
Apr 29, 2015 Rachel Van Dinter
Apr 28, 2015 Adriana Miritescu
Apr 28, 2015 svetlana davidovic
Apr 27, 2015 Anne Pyterek
Apr 27, 2015 linda johnson
Apr 27, 2015 Laura Scherry
Apr 26, 2015 Detelina Guecheva
Apr 26, 2015 Dharma Best
Apr 26, 2015 Lewis Weber
Apr 26, 2015 Jackie Mills
Apr 26, 2015 Silvia Bacci
Apr 26, 2015 Francisco Silva
Apr 26, 2015 Susan Austin
Apr 26, 2015 Brenda Brown
Apr 26, 2015 sheryl scott
Apr 26, 2015 Samy Delgado Stop them !!!
Apr 26, 2015 CHARMAINE McCARROLL
Apr 26, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Apr 25, 2015 Sylvia Bowman
Apr 25, 2015 Mark Barnett
Apr 25, 2015 debbi nichols
Apr 25, 2015 Marga Gili
Apr 25, 2015 Tanya Vargason
Apr 25, 2015 (Name not displayed)

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