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Subject John, you can help stop tiger suffering TODAY
Date September 27, 2021 1:45 PM
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Cowed and unhappy, a tiger leaps through a burning hoop. The supreme predator, he should be free to survive on his wits in India’s vast jungle. But, instead, he performs unnatural tricks to ‘entertain’ a misguided audience.

Two distressed tigers are forced to balance on giant balls, while another stands on hind legs – tormented in a circus ring. Such majestic creatures, subjugated for demeaning, outdated ‘entertainment’.

A miserable, broken tiger stands dejected, all hope gone, chained by the neck in a monotonous unchanging world.

A cub, who should be safe by her mother’s side, is bottle-fed for a photo opportunity – passed from tourist to tourist.

Exploited, abused and neglected, often in atrocious conditions. A lifetime of suffering. How dare we treat tigers in this way? But they have no voice. They cannot complain. They rely on you and Born Free to speak up for them.

But there is hope – your gift to our Tigers in crisis appeal ( [link removed] ) today will help keep these irreplaceable creatures safe.

Please mark World Tourism Day by pledging to help end this scandalous, antiquated exploitation. Every single pound you give will help challenge this monstrous, multi-billion-pound international industry. YOU can help our Tigers in Crisis ( [link removed] ) appeal reach our £50,000 target (current total £40,486 thanks to your kind donations).

If you love and respect tigers as we do, please help. Your gift today will help:

Stop captive tiger miseryInvestigate and expose sufferingConfront the captive industryInform relevant authoritiesLobby to improve and enforce legislationProtect tigers in the wild, where they belong

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