Here are a few comments directly from Noah’s Landing Zoo’s web page
“… offer enrichment, safety, and comfort to our animals. …Demonstrate the importance of preservation and conservation …and respect for the world around us.”
So why then, is the Noah’s Landing Zoo selling baby fruit bats into the cruel, exotic pet trade, knowing that these animal are doomed to a miserable existence and certain death? Could it be that the almighty dollar was more important than the lives of these innocent animals?
This is one of the ads the Noah’s Landing Zoo has placed on the internet. What happened to “… offer enrichment, safety, and comfort to our animals. …Demonstrate the importance of preservation and conservation …and respect for the world around us.” ???
|Noahs Landing Zoo sells baby bats into the cruel exotic pet trade|
Of course, Noah’s Landing Zoo‘s ad does not contain the fact that the high price paid for these bats was wasted when the bats died, likely within the very first year.
Shame on you, Noah’s Landing Zoo. These young animals deserved better.
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2 thoughts on “Noah’s Landing Zoo Breeds Bats for the Cruel Exotic Pet Trade”
I agree that the idea of having a bat as a pet is cruel. I’m just wondering though, without judging either, would Noah’s intention be for sale as pest control? Mosquitos being such an ever increasing problem and with Zica (sp?) virus – wish that purchases were intended for release in hopes of having bats in area.
It’s against the law to buy and sell native insect-eating bats in the US. Noah’s Landing sells fruit bats, they are only in it for the money.