Saturday, August 29, 2020, Pamela Anderson sent a letter to the President of the French Republic. Committed to the animal cause, the former star of the Alerte à Malibu series indeed wished to congratulate him on his decision to cancel the glue hunting season.
For more than twenty years, Pamela Anderson has actively campaigned for animal defense. Saturday, August 29, 2020, it is with joy that she discovered that Emmanuel Macron had banned glue hunting this year for thrushes and blackbirds, against the advice of the Federation of Hunters. Thus, the actress of 53 years wanted to send him a letter to congratulate him, but also to encourage him to continue in this momentum: “My friends from Peta France and I are writing to thank you for your excellent decision to cancel the glue hunting season, an inhuman and illegal activity, this year. Today I would like to ask you to definitively ban this barbaric and non-selective massacre.“
Committed, Pamela Anderson reiterated: “Sticky hunting is one of the many barbaric practices defended by hunters under the guise of ‘tradition’. As you know, this is a cruel method of trapping, which involves smearing sticks or branches with glue and waiting for birds to land on them and not be able to escape. Distraught, these animals struggle and die on the glued stems, or are torn off and sometimes thrown away as trash – many succumb to their wounds or the glue left on their bodies and feathers. “Before adding:”This is a terrifying experience for these sentient, intelligent beings who are capable of feeling fear, joy, love and pain just as we humans do, and who care about their lives and families. as we care about ours.“Ambassador of the PETA association, the actress also shared a worrying figure: every year, 40,000 birds are captured using sticky sticks.
“I wholeheartedly support you in this process”
If there is still some way to go, Pamela Anderson then wished to congratulate Emmanuel Macron again: “Like 84% of French people (IPSOS survey of 2018) who reject so-called ‘traditional’ hunting methods, I wholeheartedly support you in this approach. This announcement was also welcomed by all animal rights activists, who are proud to see that the French government is finally complying with the ‘birds’ directive of 1979 and the formal notices from the European Commission.“To conclude, the ex-companion of Adil Rami added:” I beg you to continue on this good momentum and to finally put a real end to the slime hunt, by making this ban permanent. The international gaze is on France and the way it acts for animals on its territory, and as you know, animal protection is more and more important in our society.“
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