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Cute 5-Year-Old Wants Everyone to Skip SeaWorld On His Birthday

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Cash, aged 5, watched “Blackfish” with his parents. In his YouTube video, he’s very vocal about his unhappiness with SeaWorld and what they do to orcas.

“I watched that SeaWorld movie with the orcas getting away from their moms. That movie was called “Blackfish.” It made me really upset. It made my mom cry,” Cash says in the video. “SeaWorld are catching orcas from the ocean and they’re saying ‘Woo hoo!’ but that’s the wrong thing to say.”

Now, Cash wants to try an “experiment.” He’s asking everyone everywhere to NOT go to SeaWorld on December 22nd, his 6th birthday. “Do not go to SeaWorld!” he exclaims. “We need to show those guys.”

Check out the full video for all of Cash’s impassioned comments about the marine park.

Cash joins other young people voicing their concern for orcas’ welfare and their feelings about SeaWorld on YouTube. A group of students from a San Diego high school made a video after watching “Blackfish,” called “Dear SeaWorld.”

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