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The Green Quote: Anjelica Huston Speaks Out On Travis The Chimp

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prn-022202“I was saddened to hear about the incident involving the chimpanzee, Travis, and my heart goes out to the woman who is now lying in a hospital bed as a result of this horrific attack. Recently, I narrated a video for PETA about the abuse that chimpanzees and other great apes endure when they are ripped away from their mothers when only days old to be used in commercials (as Travis was) and movies. Although I was sick when I heard about this most recent incident, I wasn’t surprised. I sincerely hope that this tragedy will make people realize that great apes should never be kept as pets or exploited for films, television, or advertising. Their lives are miserable from the day that they are taken from their mothers: They endure abusive training—usually beatings—until they are cast off to roadside zoos or meet a violent end, as Travis did in this tragic case.”

Anjelica Huston discussing Travis — the chimpanzee who was shot dead after attacking his owner. If you’d like to help prevent this kind of incident in the future, ask Governor Rell to ban primates as pets by signing this petition.

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