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    Over a year ago

    Please sign this petition against the use of goldfish as prizes on English fairgrounds:

    https://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/gold-fish-pettish

    The poor fish are kept in tiny plastic bags, often injured and malnourished and are trucked hundreds of miles regularly. And when they are “won” they are often treated no better. I have witnessed myself people shoving them in bins as they are unwanted, people throwing them in rivers, some idiots taking them on fairground rides such as waltzers! and I even witnessed to teenage boys winning around 4 fish each, then using them as water bombs against a group of girls. Horrific treatment.

    Please sign to call for a ban and save these beautiful fish.

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    Staff

    Over a year ago

    Hey @oOkestrelOo,

    Next time you know of an animal in danger please call our cruelty investigations department 757-622-7382 (option 2) as soon as possible so that we can do our best to help!

    ~Annie from peta2.

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    Over a year ago

    I hate it when the have goldfish as prizes as fairs, who knows what those poor things have been through..

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    Over a year ago

    The same thing happened at a fair in North Carolina. People would win goldfish for answering questions and people were throwing them off the ferris wheel, letting out the water, and putting them in the trash. I feel so helpless, I don’t know what to do!

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    Over a year ago

    Signed !

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