Great Bull Run events entail serious risk of injury to humans and animals. Antagonized bulls—each weighing as much as 1,700 pounds—barrel down a track after a mass of fleeing runners, many of whom have been drinking alcohol. Predictably, past Great Bull Run events have resulted in serious injuries: in Virginia, two participants were taken to the hospital with concussions; in Georgia, one…
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On December 3, 2013 the Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) sent a letter asking local officials in Chambers County, Texas to cancel the Great Bull Run Company’s event in the interest of public safety and animal welfare.
According to the letter sent to Judge Sylvia by ALDF, the Great Bull Run…Read More
This week the Animal Legal Defense Fund and PETA filed a lawsuit against the Great Bull Run and the Lone Star Rodeo in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. The lawsuit aims to stop the Great Bull Run events currently scheduled in Northern and Southern California this…Read More
Living in Brooklyn, NYC I know the life this borough and the city half an hour away. I have been volunteering for an animal hospital/ no kill shelter for nearly two months. We usually take animals from other shelters that participate in putting animals to sleep and euthanasia, most of the younger…Read More
In this article is clearly described why there is no doubt that the running of bulls is cruel and dangerous and it puts both people and…Read More
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