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PETA Asks Stars Of "The Zookeeper" To Just Say No To Live Animals

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With a name like The Zookeeper you know there’s bound to be trouble!

The film starring Rosario Dawson, Adam Sandler, Cher and Sylvester Stallone has contracted the company Birds & Animals Unlimited to supply their animals for the shoot…and PETA is not happy.

Turns out Birds & Animals Unlimited have received TONS of violations from the USDA and have quite the reputation.

To help mend the situation, PETA has written a letter to the stars of the film saying: “Exotic animals used as involuntary ‘actors’ are routinely subjected to rigorous and abusive training methods to coerce them into performing acts that are stressful, uncomfortable, confusing and even painful.”

The answer: PETA suggests using computer generated imagery. What do you think? Should The Zookeeper take advantage of technology or is using animals for entertainment not a big deal? Speak now or forever hold your peace!

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