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Never forget you Tyke!💔 Looking at this photo is heartbreaking...Her eyes!! Her darkest moment would give her the peace she never knew.
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Today marks the 24th anniversary of the upsetting and completely surreal death of African circus elephant, Tyke. Tyke represents the lives of wild animals in circuses all around the world, and proves that animals are not ours to use for entertainment.

On August 20th, 1994, Tyke would give her final performance in Honolulu, Hawaii. After years of abuse and entrapment, Tyke finally had the opportunity to act in a way that was natural to her for the first time in her entire life – run away. After trampling her groomer, Tyke’s trainer, Allen Campbell, stepped in to try to help but sustained serious injuries that resulted in his death. Tyke then continued through the streets of the city, desperately trying to find some kind of safety, in a world that she had never even seen due to being confined to the circus all her life.

After half an hour of chasing her, Tyke was shot by local police officers 86 times, as the public watched in horror. She finally collapsed as a result, and died on the street.

Throughout her twenty years of living, Tyke was never given the opportunity to act in a way that was natural to her as an elephant.
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These animals are taken from their families, and often beaten and starved in the name of ‘training’. The first time Tyke had the opportunity to follow her instinct was to run away from the circus, for which she was promptly killed. .

My first thought after finding out this information was, ‘how was it ever okay for an elephant to be brutally killed in public like that?’ The only comfort we can really take from Tyke’s story, is that it has sparked change in using wild animals in circus

I’ll be remembering Tyke as the amazing elephant she was, and a beacon of hope for the other animals that are still suffering in circuses around the world today. R.I.P. Tyke.🐘💔
Repost - @frankiefizgerald
#elephants #nonhumanrights #rumbleforrights #tyke #istandwithmypack #elephant #animals #animalrights #boycottcircus #captivitykills #animalliberation #freedom #wild #saveanimals
#neverforgotten #circus

#Repost @frankiefizgerald
Never forget you Tyke!💔
Today marks the 24th anniversary of the upsetting and completely surreal death of African circus elephant, Tyke. Tyke represents the lives of wild animals in circuses all around the world, and proves that animals are not ours to use for entertainment.

On August 20th, 1994, Tyke would give her final performance in Honolulu, Hawaii. After years of abuse and entrapment at the circus, Tyke finally had the opportunity to act in a way that was natural to her for the first time in her entire life – run away. After trampling her groomer, Tyke’s trainer, Allen Campbell, stepped in to try to help but sustained serious injuries that resulted in his death. Tyke then continued through the streets of the city, desperately trying to find some kind of safety, in a world that she had never even seen due to being confined to the circus all her life.

After half an hour of chasing her, Tyke was shot by local police officers 86 times, as the public watched in horror. She finally collapsed as a result, and died on the street.

Throughout her twenty years of living, Tyke was never given the opportunity to act in a way that was natural to her as an elephant, as with all animals performing in circuses.
These animals are taken from their families, and often beaten and starved in the name of ‘training’. The first time Tyke had the opportunity to follow her instinct was to run away from the circus, for which she was promptly killed.
My first thought after finding out this information was, ‘how was it ever okay for an elephant to be brutally killed in public like that?’ The only comfort we can really take from Tyke’s story, is that it has sparked change in using wild animals in circus

I’ll be remembering Tyke as the amazing elephant she was, and a beacon of hope for the other animals that are still suffering in circuses around the world today. R.I.P. Tyke.🐘💔
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#elephants #nonhumanrights #rumbleforrights #tyke #istandwithmypack #elephant #animals #animalrights #boycottcircus #captivitykills #animalliberation #freedom #wild #saveanimals
#neverforgotten #policebrutality

Never forget you Tyke!💔 Looking at this photo is heartbreaking...Her eyes!! Her darkest moment would give her the peace she never knew.
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Today marks the 24th anniversary of the up getting and completely surreal death of African circus elephant, Tyke. Tyke represents the lives of wild animals in circuses all around the world, and proves that animals are not ours to use for entertainment.

On August 20th, 1994, Tyke would give her final performance in Honolulu, Hawaii. After years of abuse and entrapment, Tyke finally had the opportunity to act in a way that was natural to her for the first time in her entire life – run away. After trampling her groomer, Tyke’s trainer, Allen Campbell, stepped in to try to help but sustained serious injuries that resulted in his death. Tyke then continued through the streets of the city, desperately trying to find some kind of safety, in a world that she had never even seen due to being confined to the circus all her life.

After half an hour of chasing her, Tyke was shot by local police officers 86 times, as the public watched in horror. She finally collapsed as a result, and died on the street.

Throughout her twenty years of living, Tyke was never given the opportunity to act in a way that was natural to her as an elephant.
.
These animals are taken from their families, and often beaten and starved in the name of ‘training’. The first time Tyke had the opportunity to follow her instinct was to run away from the circus, for which she was promptly killed. .

My first thought after finding out this information was, ‘how was it ever okay for an elephant to be brutally killed in public like that?’ The only comfort we can really take from Tyke’s story, is that it has sparked change in using wild animals in circus

I’ll be remembering Tyke as the amazing elephant she was, and a beacon of hope for the other animals that are still suffering in circuses around the world today. R.I.P. Tyke.🐘💔
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#elephants #nonhumanrights #rumbleforrights #tyke #istandwithmypack #elephant #animals #animalrights #boycottcircus #captivitykills #animalliberation #freedom #wild #saveanimals
#neverforgotten #policebrutality

Repost @respectanimalrights
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THIS TRAGEDY STILL REMAINS ONE OF THE MOST DEVASTATING ONES FOR US.
DON’T BE A PERSON THAT SUPPORTS CRUELTY, ABUSE & DEATH OF ANIMALS.
BOYCOTT CIRCUSES !!!!!
We are sorry we failed you Tyke.
・・・
Today, we remember Tyke, a wild-born African elephant, who was held captive, exploited, and abused by the US circus industry for almost a decade. Tyke's abuse was well documented, she was repeatedly beaten by her trainers to the point where she would cower in fear and scream in agony.
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Beginning in 1993, she made several attempts at escaping her captors, seizing on opportunities that allowed for the possibility of reclaiming her freedom. On August 20, 1994, while being forced to perform for an audience in Honolulu, HI, Tyke carried out her final plan for escape, killing her trainer and running out of the circus arena. Tyke, ran through the streets of Honolulu, finally free, until she was shot 80 times and killed.
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Let this tragedy serve as a reminder that elephants highly intelligent, autonomous, self-determining beings should never be held captive and forced to perform for humans. They belong in their natural environment, or at the very least, a place that allows them to live freely, in a manner that respects their autonomy.
#elephants #nonhumanrights #rumbleforrights #tyke #istandwithmypack #elephant #animals #animalrights #boycottcircus #captivitykills #animalliberation #freedom #wild #saveanimals #compassion #animalovers
Via : @nonhuman.rights.project
Via @istandwithmypack

IT IS SHOCKED ME!
Udug was fine last night I fed her. But this morning I found her like this 😭😭 I will take her to Vet soon 😭
I really dont know what happen. I got no idea. Udug is on the bad condition now 😭😭 Please help Udug ♥️ Paypal: Paypal: ati.tika46@gmail.com
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Join us August 26th for National Dog Day🐶 @nailandbone & @hungrydawgz will be in the house.. along with @istandwithmypack and some adorable pups looking for there forever home. Come in with your furry friend for some treats, photos & goodies. Call to reserve your spot. (Link in bio)

#Repost @respectanimalrights (@get_repost)
・・・
THIS TRAGEDY STILL REMAINS ONE OF THE MOST DEVASTATING ONES FOR US.
DON’T BE A PERSON THAT SUPPORTS CRUELTY, ABUSE & DEATH OF ANIMALS.
BOYCOTT CIRCUSES !!!!!
We are sorry we failed you Tyke.
・・・
Today, we remember Tyke, a wild-born African elephant, who was held captive, exploited, and abused by the US circus industry for almost a decade. Tyke's abuse was well documented, she was repeatedly beaten by her trainers to the point where she would cower in fear and scream in agony.
———
Beginning in 1993, she made several attempts at escaping her captors, seizing on opportunities that allowed for the possibility of reclaiming her freedom. On August 20, 1994, while being forced to perform for an audience in Honolulu, HI, Tyke carried out her final plan for escape, killing her trainer and running out of the circus arena. Tyke, ran through the streets of Honolulu, finally free, until she was shot 80 times and killed.
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Let this tragedy serve as a reminder that elephants highly intelligent, autonomous, self-determining beings should never be held captive and forced to perform for humans. They belong in their natural environment, or at the very least, a place that allows them to live freely, in a manner that respects their autonomy.
#elephants #nonhumanrights #rumbleforrights #tyke #istandwithmypack #elephant #animals #animalrights #boycottcircus #captivitykills #animalliberation #freedom #wild #saveanimals
Via : @nonhuman.rights.project
Via @istandwithmypack

#Repost @respectanimalrights
・・・
THIS TRAGEDY STILL REMAINS ONE OF THE MOST DEVASTATING ONES FOR US.
DON’T BE A PERSON THAT SUPPORTS CRUELTY, ABUSE & DEATH OF ANIMALS.
BOYCOTT CIRCUSES !!!!!
We are sorry we failed you Tyke.
・・・
Today, we remember Tyke, a wild-born African elephant, who was held captive, exploited, and abused by the US circus industry for almost a decade. Tyke's abuse was well documented, she was repeatedly beaten by her trainers to the point where she would cower in fear and scream in agony.
———
Beginning in 1993, she made several attempts at escaping her captors, seizing on opportunities that allowed for the possibility of reclaiming her freedom. On August 20, 1994, while being forced to perform for an audience in Honolulu, HI, Tyke carried out her final plan for escape, killing her trainer and running out of the circus arena. Tyke, ran through the streets of Honolulu, finally free, until she was shot 80 times and killed.
————
Let this tragedy serve as a reminder that elephants highly intelligent, autonomous, self-determining beings should never be held captive and forced to perform for humans. They belong in their natural environment, or at the very least, a place that allows them to live freely, in a manner that respects their autonomy.
#elephants #nonhumanrights #rumbleforrights #tyke #istandwithmypack #elephant #animals #animalrights #boycottcircus #captivitykills #animalliberation #freedom #wild #saveanimals
Via : @nonhuman.rights.project
Via @istandwithmypack

THIS TRAGEDY STILL REMAINS ONE OF THE MOST DEVASTATING ONES FOR US.
DON’T BE A PERSON THAT SUPPORTS CRUELTY, ABUSE & DEATH OF ANIMALS.
BOYCOTT CIRCUSES !!!!!
We are sorry we failed you Tyke.
・・・
Today, we remember Tyke, a wild-born African elephant, who was held captive, exploited, and abused by the US circus industry for almost a decade. Tyke's abuse was well documented, she was repeatedly beaten by her trainers to the point where she would cower in fear and scream in agony.
———
Beginning in 1993, she made several attempts at escaping her captors, seizing on opportunities that allowed for the possibility of reclaiming her freedom. On August 20, 1994, while being forced to perform for an audience in Honolulu, HI, Tyke carried out her final plan for escape, killing her trainer and running out of the circus arena. Tyke, ran through the streets of Honolulu, finally free, until she was shot 80 times and killed.
————
Let this tragedy serve as a reminder that elephants highly intelligent, autonomous, self-determining beings should never be held captive and forced to perform for humans. They belong in their natural environment, or at the very least, a place that allows them to live freely, in a manner that respects their autonomy.
#elephants #nonhumanrights #rumbleforrights #tyke #istandwithmypack #elephant #animals #animalrights #boycottcircus #captivitykills #animalliberation #freedom #wild #saveanimals
Via : @nonhuman.rights.project
Via @istandwithmypack

This is what you support by going to the circus or riding animals while on vacation. Congratulations, you’re an asshole! #Repost @istandwithmypack with @get_repost
・・・
THIS TRAGEDY STILL REMAINS ONE OF THE MOST DEVASTATING ONES.
We are sorry we failed you Tyke.
BOYCOTT CIRCUSES !!!!!
・・・
Today, we remember Tyke, a wild-born African elephant, who was held captive, exploited, and abused by the US circus industry for almost a decade. Tyke's abuse was well documented, she was repeatedly beaten by her trainers to the point where she would cower in fear and scream in agony.
———
Beginning in 1993, she made several attempts at escaping her captors, seizing on opportunities that allowed for the possibility of reclaiming her freedom. On August 20, 1994, while being forced to perform for an audience in Honolulu, HI, Tyke carried out her final plan for escape, killing her trainer and running out of the circus arena. Tyke, ran through the streets of Honolulu, finally free, until she was shot 80 times and killed.
————
Let this tragedy serve as a reminder that elephants —highly intelligent, autonomous, self-determining beings — should never be held captive and forced to perform for humans. They belong in their natural environment, or at the very least, a place that allows them to live freely, in a manner that respects their autonomy.
#elephants #nonhumanrights #rumbleforrights #tyke #istandwithmypack #elephant #animals #animalrights #boycottcircus #captivitykills #animalliberation #freedom #wild #saveanimals
Via : @nonhuman.rights.project

#Repost @istandwithmypack
• • • • •
THIS TRAGEDY STILL REMAINS ONE OF THE MOST DEVASTATING ONES.
We are sorry we failed you Tyke.
BOYCOTT CIRCUSES !!!!!
・・・
Today, we remember Tyke, a wild-born African elephant, who was held captive, exploited, and abused by the US circus industry for almost a decade. Tyke's abuse was well documented, she was repeatedly beaten by her trainers to the point where she would cower in fear and scream in agony.
———
Beginning in 1993, she made several attempts at escaping her captors, seizing on opportunities that allowed for the possibility of reclaiming her freedom. On August 20, 1994, while being forced to perform for an audience in Honolulu, HI, Tyke carried out her final plan for escape, killing her trainer and running out of the circus arena. Tyke, ran through the streets of Honolulu, finally free, until she was shot 80 times and killed.
————
Let this tragedy serve as a reminder that elephants —highly intelligent, autonomous, self-determining beings — should never be held captive and forced to perform for humans. They belong in their natural environment, or at the very least, a place that allows them to live freely, in a manner that respects their autonomy.
#elephants #nonhumanrights #rumbleforrights #tyke #istandwithmypack #elephant #animals #animalrights #boycottcircus #captivitykills #animalliberation #freedom #wild #saveanimals
Via : @nonhuman.rights.project

THIS TRAGEDY STILL REMAINS ONE OF THE MOST DEVASTATING FOR US.
DON’T BE A PERSON THAT SUPPORTS CRUELTY, ABUSE & DEATH OF ANIMALS.
BOYCOTT CIRCUSES !!!!!
We are sorry we failed you Tyke.
・・・
Today, we remember Tyke, a wild-born African elephant, who was held captive, exploited, and abused by the US circus industry for almost a decade. Tyke's abuse was well documented, she was repeatedly beaten by her trainers to the point where she would cower in fear and scream in agony.
———
Beginning in 1993, she made several attempts at escaping her captors, seizing on opportunities that allowed for the possibility of reclaiming her freedom. On August 20, 1994, while being forced to perform for an audience in Honolulu, HI, Tyke carried out her final plan for escape, killing her trainer and running out of the circus arena. Tyke, ran through the streets of Honolulu, finally free, until she was shot 80 times and killed.
————
Let this tragedy serve as a reminder that elephants highly intelligent, autonomous, self-determining beings should never be held captive and forced to perform for humans. They belong in their natural environment, or at the very least, a place that allows them to live freely, in a manner that respects their autonomy.
#elephants #nonhumanrights #rumbleforrights #tyke #istandwithmypack #elephant #animals #animalrights #boycottcircus #captivitykills #animalliberation #freedom #wild #saveanimals
Via : @nonhuman.rights.project

We moved Petey to ISWMP’s founders home today so she can work with him and set him up for success.
We are happy to report that he is already doing better.
Petey was severely abused, left with a scars to tell his sad story.
With a good reason he doesn’t trust people but is gaining his trust slowly.
We will give Petey everything necessary for his recovery and hope to find him a loving home.
If you wish to donate towards his care or care or any of our rescued animals please click the link in our bio, PayPal info@iswmp.org or Venmo : @istandwithmypack.
If you wish to send Petey a toy or a snack that would make him feel better please see our Amazon wish list.
If interested to meet him please email ADOPT@iswmp.org.

We will continue to update you on Petey’s recovery.
Thank you.
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This Guy! “Napoleon” #A1783107 big energy in a wee little package meets up with the best o’ the best including “Jewlz” #A1737386 and “Lucky” #A1323487. Our All-Stars were perfect companions for our new grouchy friend allowing him a wide berth and no surprise here, after a few minutes of a managed social “Napoleon” unwinds a bit and diffuses. Way to go “Napoleon!! #adopt #adoptdontshop #dawgsquad #wagsandwalks #whatsupdogla #laloveleashes #laanimalrescue #laanimalservices #istandwithmypack #packlifela #sandiegotraildogs #cammiesandcanines #animalbrandon #boundangels #corgisofinstagram #shelterdog #karmarescue #angelcitypits @nolascaro #playgroups

Credit to @istandwithmypack : ADOPT ME 💕

Meet Big 🐾

This beautiful 10 months old GSD was living in a bad situation until his previous owner decided to surrender him to our trainer @decodingdogsla.
He is good with other dogs and loves people.
Big has high energy and would do best in active home with someone who likes to hike, run and walk.
If interested to meet this 100 lbs of pure love please email adopt@iswmp.org visit our website www.istandwithmypack.org and fill out adoption application.
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Meet Big 🐾

This beautiful 10 months old GSD was living in a bad situation until his previous owner decided to surrender him to our trainer @decodingdogsla.
He is good with other dogs and loves people.
Big has high energy and would do best in active home with someone who likes to hike, run and walk.
If interested to meet this 100 lbs of pure love please email adopt@iswmp.org visit our website www.istandwithmypack.org and fill out adoption application.
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He’s smiling because he knows his pup is happy at Down Dog Lodge!
#downdoglodge #istandwithmypack

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