The Dancing Dolphins created in partnership with World Animal Protection
- Ed note: A poignant message in rhyme for the entire world.
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- From Tomfoolery:
“This is the tale of the dancing dolphins, the ones that skipped upon the waves.”
“My little sister Sora and I are really pleased to share ‘Dancing Dolphins‘ with you all, the latest Tomfoolery Original Poem, created in partnership with World Animal Protection. Set against the backdrop of bedtime, a little girl asks her big brother a simple and honest question… “Why are people mean to animals?”
“This story strives to highlight the suffering of captive animals, living in a permanent lockdown, to sustain a cruel practice and perform for tourists. With companies like Expedia Group, one of the world’s largest travel companies, selling tickets that support the captivity of more than 600 dolphins worldwide, we hope this poem can encourage such companies to adopt kinder practices and can play a part in the struggle to see captive animals free to return back into the wild.
“World Animal Protection are working hard to make this the last generation of dolphins to suffer in captivity and you can help them do that by signing their petition today – http://bit.ly/dancingdolphins“
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“Tomos Roberts (Tomfoolery) is a spoken word poet, performer and filmmaker, born in New Zealand and brought up in London. He launched his YouTube platform on 22 March 2020 and, just five weeks later, uploaded a performance of ‘The Great Realisation’, featuring a cameo from his seven-year-old brother.” Read more
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