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The Elephant in the Living Room Outreach for Animals’ work was recently highlighted in the award winning documentary The Elephant in the Living Room.  Director Michael Webber explores the controversial subculture of exotic pets by chronicling the lives of two men at the heart of the issue – Tim Harrison and lion owner Terry Brumfield.  See the film by clicking the poster below “Available for Purchase”
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Help the Cause Outreach for Animals is solely funded by donations from supporters like yourself. Our tireless mission would be impossible without your help. Please consider making a tax deductible donation today in order to improve the life of an animal tomorrow. Click Here to donate to the cause. Thank you for your generous support. See the Film Our work was recently highlighted in the award winning documentary The Elephant in the Living Room. Director Michael Webber explores the controversial subculture of exotic pets by chronicling the lives of two men at the heart of the issue - Tim Harrison and lion owner Terry Brumfield. See the film on iTunes, Netflix, Amazon.com and where movies are sold. Genesis Award Winner Awarded by The Humane Society of the United States, film director Michael Webber and Tim Harrison received the prestigious Genesis Award for bringing national awareness to the issue of captive wild animals. Click Here to watch a clip from the Animal Planet broadcast.
The Number One Advocate for Teaching Proper Behavior Around Wildlife...
DO NOT FORGET TO READ THE ARTICLE, "WILD OBSESSION" IN THE APRIL 2014 ISSUE OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE HIGHLIGHTING OUR DIRECTOR-TIM HARRISON ( see his picture on the I-PAD, KINDLE and Nat Geo Magazine Website). THE ARTICLE WAS WRITTEN BY LAUREN SLATER AND WE THANK HER FOR INCLUDING OUR MISSION.
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 Photo by National Geographic Magazine Photographer, Vincent Musi.