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Please, help us stop the "Opossum Drop"
Animal Advocates
Update on the "Opossum Drop" lawsuit. The judge did not dismiss the lawsuit PETA filed as the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC) had requested. The Judge saw merit in all the findings by the attorneys and opossum experts as to why and how this drop can and does harm the opossums aside from the fact that it's cruel. However the Judge has allowed the NCWRC (Gordon Myers) one week to come up with a way to keep the opossum safe from the elements that cause it stress i.e. flashing lights, cannons, guns, fire crackers, extreme cold, no place to hide...

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