We educate the public about the reality of the swim with dolphins experience that are widely available from travel agents on the UK high street.
We campaign against travel companies who promote and profit from the captive sea animal industry that is a disaster for the animals and destructive to the environment.
Thomas Cook keep referring to the ABTA guidelines and their much heralded ʻnew animal welfare policy’. A statement from the CEO was issued in response to growing customer concerns regarding the wellbeing of wild animals being utilised in entertainment businesses, particularly cetaceans in captivity.
Dolphins are incredibly intelligent, sentient beings and Thomson’s ‘swim with dolphin experiences’ are promoted as harmless fun for both humans and dolphins, but in fact the very opposite is the case. These experiences are cruel and unnatural. Each year, hundreds of dolphins are often stolen from the wild to supply the demand.
Street Outreach Programme
July 2017 saw the start of our STREET OUTREACH programme. We picket a Thomas Cook shop and distribute leaflets and have conversations with the public about the sea animal captivity…Read More
The current pro marine captivity bill is going to be another international disaster for Mexico
In 2003 Mexico caused an international scandal by ignoring pleas from international diplomats and the opinions of experts by going ahead with the largest import of dolphins the country has…Read More
Empty The Tanks, May 13 2017, 1pm
#DropTheDolphins Tweetstorm March 2017
Newspaper Ad in The Guardian
We took out a quarter page advert in the national edition of The Guardian. At a time when people are considering what to do for their summer holiday this advert…Read More