USA: Students Dance With Cat Corpses: Tell Oklahoma School to Stop Dissection!


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SAV Comment – we find this video very disturbing.  Is this the way young children should act with dead animals ? – are there now not enough methods of learning about the structure of any animal without having to physically cut one into bits ? – and where exactly did the high school obtain all these dead cats from ? – Dangerous, very dangerous; will kids like this look at human death in such a trivial way in future ?

He who disregards the suffering of animals at an early age often disregards the suffering of humans in later life – or they even become responsible for it !!!

Students Dance With Cat Corpses: Tell Oklahoma School to Stop Dissection!

Published on May 12, 2015

PETA has obtained a disturbing video that was apparently filmed at Oklahoma City’s top-ranked Harding Charter Preparatory High School.

The footage depicts heartless students wearing lab coats and playfully dancing with dead cats slated to be dissected in their biology class.

The video of the choreographed display was posted on social media, and the students’ teacher was even tagged in the post.

Students learn faster and better by using non-animal methods such as interactive software programs, and with these modern tools, they don’t learn to treat or think of animals as equipment to be used and discarded.

Please speak up for cats by urging Harding Charter Preparatory School to investigate the circumstances of this video and switch to non-animal teaching methods:



USA: Legal Action To Be Taken For Lolita – Please Give Your Support To The Campaign.


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Help the World’s Loneliest Orca

Nearly half a century ago, Lolita was taken from her family in the wild. Now she lives here:  

Wild members of Lolita’s family are highly social, stay with their mothers for life, travel up to 100 miles per day, and dive hundreds of feet below the water’s surface, all while Lolita is imprisoned at the Miami Seaquarium in the smallest orca tank in North America.

And Lolita hasn’t seen another orca since her tankmate died after ramming his head into the side of the tank more than 35 years ago.

Lolita’s family members, who still swim in the area where she was captured, were listed as endangered, in part because dozens of orcas were stolen from the ocean around the same time as Lolita.

Following a petition by PETA and others, the National Marine Fisheries Service granted Lolita those same protections under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). We believe that confining Lolita to a small, shallow, and barren concrete tank—where she has been unable to swim any meaningful distance, dive, forage, or carry out virtually any natural behavior for more than 40 years and where she is without an orca companion or protection from the hot sun—violates the ESA.

PETA, the Animal Legal Defense Fund, Orca Network, and two concerned individuals have notified the Miami Seaquarium of their intent to sue, as required by the ESA, in behalf of Lolita and seeking her freedom from the facility.

Lolita could be released to a sea pen in her native waters for rehabilitation and to live out the remainder of her days near her family in as natural of a setting as possible.


Add your name to the list of people who want to see Lolita freed!