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Success! Paul McCartney Secures Abused Elephant’s Freedom

Success! Paul McCartney Secures Abused Elephant’s Freedom 1 Tweet by China DeSpain Freeman August 24, 2012 Categories: Animals , Causes Tags: paul mccartney . Photo: PETA Last month we told you about the tragic plight of Sunder , a young elephant in India who has been abused and kept in a dark shed for years. In addition to being forced to wear spiked chains, the elephant has a severe eye injury, skin lesions from abuse and is kept in a small shed where he cannot even turn around. His story attracted worldwide attention when Sir Paul McCartney wrote an impassioned letter on his behalf, asking the Indian Forest Minister to set the animal free. In his letter, McCartney wrote, “I have seen photographs of young Sunder, the elephant kept alone in a shed at Jyotiba Temple and put in chains with spikes. Years of his life have been ruined by keeping him and abusing him in this way...

Full article: http://www.ecorazzi.com/2012/08/24/success-paul-mccartney...

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