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I've visited this zoo a few years ago but the animals didn't look happy at all. The cages were too small for the animals. Maybe something has changed in the last few years but for it to be an animal friendly zoo a lot had to change.
Mar 1, 2017 - Oliwa Zoo: Animal in small cages and no where to buy food
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The Ghremani family owns a zoo in Shiraz, Iran, in which all the animals are held in an undeserving situation in which they suffer greatly. On the private property of the Ghremanis, 110 other lions are kept and abused in a self-made camp in Shiraz. Due to the lack of space, the animals are lying on the top of each other in small cages. Some of the lions are already diseased and do not get any medical care. Apart from that, the lions are fed with house or street dogs in all kinds of varieties and with other live animals such as donkeys. Keeping lions to breed them in this way is unacceptable.In the wild, walk up to 30 miles each day, bears are active for up to 18 hours a day exploring their home ranges for up to hundreds of miles, and tigers and love running and climbing and will roam many miles to hunt. But when (or any wild animal) are imprisoned in cages or small enclosures at zoos, they don’t get to do the things that are natural and important to them. Instead, animals in zoos are kept in cramped spaces with virtually no privacy and have very few opportunities to exercise or keep their minds active.The Ghahremani family owns a zoo in Shiraz, Iran, in which all the animals are held in an undeserving situation in which they suffer greatly. On the private property of the Ghahremanis, 110 other lions are kept and abused in a self-made camp in Shiraz. Due to the lack of space, the animals are lying on the top of each other in small cages. Some of the lions are already diseased and do not get any medical care. Apart from that, the lions are fed with house or street dogs in all kinds of varieties and with other live animals such as donkeys. Keeping lions to breed them in this way is unacceptable.Animals are just like human they eat, sleep and drink like us. They can run, walk and swim like us. They speak a certain language and they all have male and female genders. So why it is that factory farm & circuses have to keep these animals, which are just like us in nearly every single way, in cages? How would you feel being stuck in a small, cramped and uncomfortable cage with little food and water and no one to play with or talk to? I’m pretty sure you wouldn’t like it. Animals have feelings and emotions just like us; just because they don’t have a voice to speak does mean we should take away their rights as a living creature. It would be much more pleasurable to see the animal in its natural habitat, living its life being happy opposed to a small cramped, overcrowded cage. Some animals have died just from the conditions that their cages have been kept in. Do factory farmers and circuses like seeing animals suffer in these conditions?Zoos and wildlife parks almost always favor big, “popular” animals while ignoring smaller animals who need protection. Plus, keeping animals in cages does nothing to help their species in the wild. If zoos really wanted to save animals from extinction, they would be helping protect animals’ natural habitats, not keeping them in prisons.Volunteer Milana Mustafayeva said: 'Currently, 14 bears, 3 wolves and a lion are alive. It's necessary to either evacuate them or to feed them in their cages. There also are some small animals. There is about 50 volunteers on the site...