• Is this really helping animals?

    Profile photo of myhijh123

    Over a year ago

    This is a question I’m asked very frequently one week of every month.
    I go to a local lobster resturant where there are live lobsters in tanks. I buy one or two of them live and let them go in their natural habitat. Does any one else dom this? is it really helping?

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  • Profile photo of Sara-W

    Over a year ago

    Hey @myjijh123,

    That’s awesome that you want to help them, but like @hakred says, by buying them you’re still financially supporting the store and the demand for lobsters. The lobsters you buy will quickly get replaced with new lobsters. :(

    The best way to help these lobsters is by petitioning the store to get rid of them and by informing others about why they shouldn’t buy or eat lobsters anymore. Please e-mail us at peta2@peta2.com for more info on how you can help. :)

    ~Sara from peta2

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  • Profile photo of hakred

    Over a year ago

    I personally can see the good intentions in this but I also see the downfall. You’re buying, and they don’t care what you do with the animals so long as they get your money. Demand goes up and so does the supply. I find it better to donate my money to an organization like PETA to help animals rather than giving it to businesses who hurt them.

    @myhijh123, @lizforanimalrights16, @rougina, I can see you have the greatest of intentions and you’re super awesome for it. Just something to think about and take into consideration. :)

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  • Profile photo of rougina

    Over a year ago

    This is a great idea. I’m gonna start doing this :)

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  • Profile photo of lizforanimalrights16

    Over a year ago

    I personally, don’t do this because it simply hasn’t occurred to me. However, this is brilliant, I may start doing something like this. What a great idea. Yes, in my opinion, it is helping because you are letting them go and be free.

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