Today’s episode concludes a 3-part series on Animals in Film. In Part One, I talked about the history behind the American Humane Association and its “no animals were harmed in the making of this film” disclaimer. In Part Two, we discussed where things have gone wrong on TV and movie sets that lead to the death or injury of animals and why these productions still received the “No Animals Were Harmed” disclaimer from the monitors meant to protect the animals. Today, in Part Three, we address what can be done so that animals ARE NOT harmed on sets and what the public can do to be involved.
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If you witness cruelty and/or neglect during the production of a film, television show, or advertisement or at an animal-training compound, you can leave a detailed message on PETA’s Animals in Television and Film division hotline 323-210-2233
If you’re reporting that an animal is in imminent danger and know specifically where to find this animal and the police are unresponsive, please call PETA immediately at 757-622-7382.
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