Lucky the elephant’s story

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Lucky the elephant’s story

Updated Jun 24, 2009

I live in San Antonio and write a pet column and blog for the San Antonio Express News. A reader sent me this link about a lonely, 49-year-old elephant in our local zoo who certainly deserves to live out the remainder of her days in a sanctuary that has already agreed to take her — all expenses paid. Elephants are intelligent, social creatures that need companionship and space to roam. They don’t belong in zoos or circuses. Can you imagine her trumpeting if she were moved to a sanctuary with thousands of acres to roam and other elephants to hang out with? Her story is told in the video below. Also, check out the link to a story about an elephant already living at the sanctuary. It looks like a great place for an elephant to live out the remainder of her days.

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Cathy Rosenthal, CHES, CFE
Animal Welfare Communications Specialist

Cathy brings more than 25 years' experience in the animal welfare field. She is a sought-after speaker, Certified Humane Education Specialist, a syndicated pet advice columnist, an author, a publisher, and of course - a loving pet parent.

Read more about Cathy here or check out her Non-Profit's page to see more ways she can help you and your organization.

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