McKee Seafood Supermarket in San Jose, California, was recently investigated for cruelly confining frogs, who were piled on top of each other and bound so tightly in netting that they couldn’t even move!
Frogs sold in markets are typically stolen from the wild and crammed into buckets, bags, and tanks. They are then transported long distances without food and often in extreme temperatures
. These animals can sustain injuries and suffer from stress-induced diseases as a result of rough handling by workers. And that’s not all: Since frogs play key roles in the environment, the hunting and trade of these animals have caused noted damage to ecosystems around the world.
The solution? The supermarket should STOP selling frogs altogether!
That’s where you come in. Contact McKee Seafood Supermarket and urge management to ban live frog sales. Then ask all your friends to do the same
Make a polite call to:
Mr. Dan Trinh
McKee Seafood Supermarket
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