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March 28th, 2011, 08:41 PM
Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Calgary
Posts: 176
A local wild life "rescue/sanctuary" has come under fire again for the way in which they treat the animals. They are up for license renewal on April.1 and we are trying everything possible to keep this from happening. They have been under scrutiny for many years but a recent visitor took photo's on March.26 of the recent deplorable and in my eye, un-habitable conditions. Thanks to social media the Alberta SPCA is conducting a review and the head director of fish and wildlife who is responsible for renewing/revoking Zoo licenses has probably recieved a few thousand emails and phone calls today. Please take some time to look through the photo's that date back to 2004/2005. There is no mistaking the neglect, malnourishment, improper housing and over all lack of general care of these animals. I am so disgusted to be living so close to such filth. We need to raise awareness all over the world and we need to shut this place down. The owner has even said that there's no where for the animals to go and that a taxidermist would pay up to $10,000 for the lions... Please help!!!

Warning some photo's are graphic
Guzoo Animal Farm - Definition of a Roadside Zoo - Go to ABOUT and click the PHOTOS

here is the online petition which is growing more and more each hour
Guzoo Licensing Petition

Also if you are interested in writing Ron, the director here is his information:

Ron Bjorge
Executive Director
Wildlife Management Branch
............Alberta Sustainable Resource Development

(780) 427-9503 (phone)
(780) 422-9557 (fax)

Email: [email protected]
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