On today’s show, we hear from Barbara Jamison, founder of Puget Sound Goat Rescue, about her experiences rescuing goats from local slaughterhouses and caring for them on her 8-acre sanctuary. We’re also joined by Alyne Fortgang, co-founder of the Seattle-based organization Friends of Woodland Park Zoo Elephants and Lisa Kane, co-author and Editor of An Elephant in the Room: The Science and Well-Being of Elephants in Captivity. Grab the podcast and learn all about the experiences elephants have in zoos around the country and the world!
- The law review article Lisa mentions during the show can be found in the Journal of Animal Law – the full citation is:
Lisa Kane, A CASE STUDY OF AFRICAN ELEPHANTS’ JOURNEY FROM SWAZILAND TO US ZOOS IN 2003: A QUESTION OF COMMERCE AND A TALE OF BRINKMANSHIP, Journal of Animal Law, Volume 6, 2010, 51.