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Cumberland, NJ says no more wild animal acts!

NJ’s Cumberland County Freeholders adopted a resolution to ban wild animal exhibitions on county land.

GOOD NEWS! NJ’s Cumberland County Freeholders adopted a resolution to ban wild animal exhibitions on county land. Cumberland joins Passaic County, Bergen County and Jersey City, NJ, in taking a stand against animal cruelty. ADI applauds NJ local campaigners and Cumberland County Freeholders for protecting wild animals, leading their state and our nation in the right direction. Inhumane, antiquated “entertainment” should be a thing of the past.

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