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Waccatee Zoo in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, leaves animals to languish inside virtually barren enclosures with little to no stimulation. Yet the Monster Coupon Book still offers coupons to this decrepit facility, where big cats, bears, and other animals have been seen pacing and baboons were observed swaying and rolling their heads—all signs of psychological distress.
Waccatee Zoo also has a long history of violating the federal Animal Welfare Act, such as by failing to provide animals with veterinary care, including a lion who had difficulty walking and animals with overgrown hooves, and keeping bears and cougars in enclosures with inadequate space. Visitors to this roadside zoo have also witnessed serious issues, including a llama who reportedly struggled to walk after being severely injured by another animal, capuchin monkeys and bears who had hair loss, and a goat who was reportedly urinating blood.
Wild animals belong in their natural habitats, not locked in cages at a tourist trap where they're denied everything that's natural and important to them. Tell the Monster Coupon Book to leave Waccatee Zoo—and all other businesses that exploit animals—out of its advertisements.