Lolita (also known as Tokitae) is one of the oldest living orca whales in captivity. She was captured off the coast of Washington State when she was about four or five years old, and then sold to the Miami Seaquarium in 1970. Put in the SMALLEST whale tank in North America this is where she has lived ever since. Lolita cannot even dive because she is 20 ft. long and her tank is just 20 ft. deep. There is no cover from the intense Florida sun.
She is kept prisoner at the Miami Seaquarium which is owned by Palace Entertainment. Palace owns many amusement parks, water parks, and family entertainment centers throughout the United States. Two of these parks are Story Land and Water Country here in New Hampshire.
Please join the Shut Down Palace campaign and the New Hampshire Animal Rights League in protesting Lolita’s enslavement. We will be holding Retire Lolita rallies at Water Country ALL summer long.
We are urging Palace Entertainment to retire Lolita. There is an excellent retirement plan in place to build a sea-pen in her home waters off of Washington State which is safe and potentially Lolita will see her family again. Researchers know who and where Lolita’s Mom is. Visit www.orcanetwork.org for more information about this plan. In addition, check outwww.shutdownpalace.net or www.facebook.com/
Also feel free to contact James P. Glover, Vice President of Shut Down Palace, on Facebook or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
How You Can Help Lolita
-Boycott Story Land, Water Country, and ALL Palace Entertainment owned parks
-Ask Palace Entertainment to Retire Lolita
-Call Palace Entertainment’s Office: (949) 797-9700
-E-mail Fernando Eiroa, CEO: feiroa@PalaceEntertainment.com
Attend a Retire Lolita Rally at:
2300 Lafayette Rd.
All rallies are from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM