Urge Cumberland County District Attorney William West to help animals at roadside zoo
- Jambbas Ranch Tours--a roadside zoo in Fayetteville, North Carolina, that exhibits exotic animals in cramped, barren enclosures--has been cited numerous times by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for violating the Animal Welfare Act. The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission has also denied Jambbas owner James Bass state wildlife permits because of his failure to provide animals with enclosures that meet even minimum standards.
Please politely urge District Attorney William West to prosecute this case and request that Ben and the other exotic animals illegally held captive at Jambbas Ranch Tours be afforded placement with facilities that are equipped to provide them with the suitable care and environment that they need and deserve.
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