Help Save The Elephants of Asia at the Los Angeles ZooJune 8, 2014
The elephants need your help desperately. More importantly, WE need your help: adults, children, myself, and my service dog Ray who all have taken tremendous enjoyment by repeatedly visiting the Elephants of Asia exhibit at the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens. Time is running out – the LA Zoo needs to raise another 20 percent of their $50,000 goal by the end of this month, June 30, 2014. That’s only three weeks or 21 days left. Pledge whatever you can afford as every single dollar helps to keep the elephants from becoming slaughtered and eventually extinct. Billy, Tina, and Jewel are not just there to keep us entertained with their antics, they are a vital part of our conservation of our planet. They are the ambassadors that help us realize the deep thoughts and social bonds that sentient beings other than humans form. They help us to fight against animal cruelty and poaching for profit. They help to keep us inspired and to educate future generations of the connections all living things embrace. Please say “I Care” and donate today at the LA Zoo’s official pledge page Wedidit. There is an excellent video that helps explain the importance of this campaign. All photos taken by me at the Elephants of Asia exhibit at the LA Zoo on April 17, 2014 in Los Angeles, CA via iPhone and Hipstamatic App.
– Des Manttari, Editor-in-Chief, Phoenix Genesis
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