Read Jay’s interview with Captive Animals’ Protection Society

on 05/11/2008

Last year Jay accepted the offer to become Patron of the Captive Animals Protection Society. CAPS caught up with him to find why he agreed to become patron and what he really thinks about zoos and circuses. Read the interview here.
 
Jay is also supporting one of his fellow CAPS patrons, Fiona Oakes who will be running in the London Marathon to raise funds for CAPS. Jay said: “I’m fully behind Fiona in this. She’s committed to raising awareness of captive animal issues and much needed funding for CAPS, by running this marathon. I’d encourage everyone to sponsor her. It’s amazing that in this day and age we still think it’s okay to lock animals up in circuses or zoos, or keep exotic animals as pets. Animals are not on this planet for our entertainment or idle curiosity.”


 

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on 05/02/2009

pan troglodytes - their memory for people is surprising .. one tried to jump up to me like children do and slipped down the glass several times- a really big one.. won't visit that zoo again..too sad..

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on 04/02/2009

but what is humour..

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on 04/02/2009

4 #: ;)

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on 04/02/2009

they are easy to tame if you don't feed them funny things

Marianne Christensen

on 03/02/2009

Just wondering if you also are a vegeterian/vegan Jay in the issue about saving animals from suffering. I am a vegan myself. Greetings and best regards Marianne

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