Michael Jackson’s Giraffes Are Dying
PETA believes the remaining animals could be in danger, and therefore wants to relocate them.
Because two of Michael Jackson’s beloved giraffes have passed away within the last month and a half, PETA is hoping to rescue the surviving two.
The organization, which sent a formal request to Page, Ariz., Police Chief Charlie Dennis this week, is worried that Tom and Freddie Hancock of the Voices of the Wild Foundation, Inc. are not taking proper care of the animals.
“PETA recently learned that two of the giraffes have died and that the possible cause of death of at least one of the animals was improper feeding and/or exposure to cold temperatures,” a spokesperson disclosed. “If this is true, the Hancocks appear to be in violation of state cruelty-to-animals law, and the remaining two giraffes must be removed as soon as possible.”
The request to move the remaining animals is currently pending. (Fox News)