When I left Ukutula Lion Park and Lodge in February 2015 I was absolutely heartbroken that I had contributed to the despicable canned hunting industry when my intentions were the exact opposite. It was the worst two weeks of my life and I haven’t been able to shrug off the guilt and forget about the little cubs I worked with so I promised myself I would try and make a difference, and now that time has come. For the past eight months I have been tirelessly campaigning through
Thank you to everyone that has bought a Claws Out t-shirt so far! I never imagined I would sell as many as I have but I’m so happy to be raising money for such a good cause. The t-shirts will be taken offline on Monday 26th October so your last chance to get one will be the Claws Out fundraiser in Camden! Tickets are only £5.00 so please come along to see some great bands and support the Campaign Against Canned Hunting.
As I sipped on my morning coffee and scrolled through Facebook earlier today I noticed something that made me choke with laughter and in complete shock: Ukutula are screening Blood Lions in a bid to raise awareness about canned hunting. Yes you read that right. Ukutula. It took a while to compose myself but after having done so, I took time to read their post in full just to ensure I was not having some kind of nightmare. You can read their utterly hypocritical post here. For