Home Podcasts Dec 9 – Puget Sound Goat Rescue and Friends of the Woodland...

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.

and you can download the entire issue with this article as a free PDF from the Michigan State University College of Law.

 

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