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  • 28
  • Mar

Shocking Conditions Revealed at Thailand Dog Shelter

A recent PETA Asia investigation has unearthed shocking conditions in a “shelter” in Pattaya, Thailand, called Tony’s Shelter. This facility confines animals to filthy conditions and fails to provide them with even basic veterinary care. Tourists travelling to Pattaya or elsewhere in the country would be horrified to know about the shocking manner in which animals at this so-called “shelter” are treated. A recent inspection of the facility by PETA Asia revealed the following:

WARNING: SHOCKING PHOTOS FOLLOW

  • A dog who was unable to walk had at least two broken bones protruding
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  • 26
  • Jan

Victory! Guinness Drops Elephant Polo Record

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The following post originally appeared in The PETA Files:

You’ve probably never heard of elephant polo, and now that Guinness World Records has agreed to stop documenting records for wins in elephant polo matches, perhaps you never will again. The publishing giant made the move after learning from PETA that captive elephants forced to perform in such matches in India and Thailand are torn away from their families, beaten, and gouged with rods that have sharp metal tips.

Guinness Editor-in-Chief Craig Glenday wrote, “This decision is … Read more.