31 min

Year of the Tiger Brings No Luck to Joe Exotic, Tiger King Loses to Animals, PETA; Bear Cubs Next‪.‬ THE PETA PODCAST

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PETA's Brittany Peet, Deputy General Counsel for Captive Animal Law Enforcement talks to Emil Guillermo about Joe Exotic's resentencing. The Year of the Tiger did not bring good luck to the Tiger King, known in real life as Joe Maldonado Passage. Convicted in a murder-for-hire scheme, Passage got his sentence reduced from 22 to 21 years. Peet talks about how the impact of the Netflix series helped PETA's work to shut down the tiger cub petting industry. She also talks about the new focus, bear cub petting, and how to stop the abuse at roadside zoos. Another success story has been Dolly the Bear, the 76th bear rescued by PETA. CALE found her at a defunct roadside zoo.
See Dolly the Bear and the Foxes
See PETA statement on Joe Exotic's Resentencing.
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The PETA Podcast
PETA, the world's largest animal rights organization, is 6.5 million strong and growing. This is the place to find out why. Hear from insiders, thought leaders, activists, investigators, politicians, and others why animals need more than kindness—they have the right not to be abused or exploited in any way.
Hosted by Emil Guillermo. Powered by PETA activism.
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Listen to the very first PETA podcast with Ingrid Newkirk
Music provided by CarbonWorks.
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Contact and follow host Emil Guillermo on Twitter @emilamok
Or at www.amok.com
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Originally aired Feb. 2, 2022 
copyright, 2022 PETA
 
 

PETA's Brittany Peet, Deputy General Counsel for Captive Animal Law Enforcement talks to Emil Guillermo about Joe Exotic's resentencing. The Year of the Tiger did not bring good luck to the Tiger King, known in real life as Joe Maldonado Passage. Convicted in a murder-for-hire scheme, Passage got his sentence reduced from 22 to 21 years. Peet talks about how the impact of the Netflix series helped PETA's work to shut down the tiger cub petting industry. She also talks about the new focus, bear cub petting, and how to stop the abuse at roadside zoos. Another success story has been Dolly the Bear, the 76th bear rescued by PETA. CALE found her at a defunct roadside zoo.
See Dolly the Bear and the Foxes
See PETA statement on Joe Exotic's Resentencing.
Go to PETA.org
The PETA Podcast
PETA, the world's largest animal rights organization, is 6.5 million strong and growing. This is the place to find out why. Hear from insiders, thought leaders, activists, investigators, politicians, and others why animals need more than kindness—they have the right not to be abused or exploited in any way.
Hosted by Emil Guillermo. Powered by PETA activism.
Contact us at PETA.org
Listen to the very first PETA podcast with Ingrid Newkirk
Music provided by CarbonWorks.
Go to Apple podcasts and subscribe.
Contact and follow host Emil Guillermo on Twitter @emilamok
Or at www.amok.com
Please subscribe, rate and review wherever you get your podcasts.
Help us grow the podcast by taking this short survey.
Thanks for listening to THE PETA PODCAST!
Originally aired Feb. 2, 2022 
copyright, 2022 PETA
 
 

31 min