Dr. Chris Draper, director of Performing Animals Welfare Society (PAWS), gave a moving presentation about how his organization is dedicated to rescuing animals from zoos and, performing animal venus. It was interesting to learn that the wild counterparts of these animals do not have the ailments of the rescued animals. The primary component of poor health is stress and confinement. Elephants especially suffer greatly when removed from their social group and the environment that they are perfectly adapted to thrive in.
Our speaker this month is Dr. Chris Draper, Director at Performing Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) located in Angels Camp, CA. He will share with us the wonderful stories of the exotic performing animals he has saved. You may even want to see them for yourself after. Watching his multimedia presentation.
Come join us on Tuesday, August 24th at 5:30 pm. We will meet at Round Table Pizza in Angels Camp. Face to Face. The address is 27 N. Main St., Angels Camp. Right next door to Starbucks. See you then!