A zoo in Cumbria may lose its license after inspectors discovered 500 animal deaths since 2013. The owner filed for a license renewal that the board of inspectors rejected citing the poor conditions of the animals.
It seems people are subconsciously subjective when it comes to saving animals, and this can significantly affect these animals' lives and future.
Now that Trump is already in his place, elected as the new president of the United States, animal welfare activists and similar groups might be on the quandary of losing their own fight. Trump's threats posed to the animals of America, including the pets of over 80 million Americans, could possibly be in peril.