Put an End to Cruel Tiger Farms in Laos

Target: Thongloun Sisoulith, Prime Minister of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic

Goal: Take further steps to put an end to wildlife farming.

Tiger farms in Laos are still operating despite trafficking bans that were put in place. Three dead tigers were recently found in the Southeast Asian country near a protected forest zone. Although the bans were put into place, trafficking continues daily, and wildlife farming needs to be stopped. The people behind these tiger farms kill the tigers and sell them for a profit. Laos has a reputation for being one of the worst countries that participate in wildlife farming. Many times, animals’ lifeless bodies are sold to tourists that want a trophy or to eat exotic meat.

Many of the tigers that are used in this industry are bred while in captivity, and others are found in the wild and sold in the exotic animal trade. Although the Laotian government has made it public that there is a problem with the illegal tiger farms and they want it to end, they are doing little to stop these beautiful creatures from being slaughtered for their meat. Demand stronger efforts be made to stop this cruel practice.


Dear Prime Minister Sisoulith,

Last year, steps were taken by the Laotian government to implement change to stop the illegal wildlife farming industry in the country. These steps have proven to have little to no success, and there needs to be a breakthrough when it comes to wildlife farming. These tigers, along with other exotic creatures, do not deserve to be killed for a vicious industry.

Please take more extreme action to once and for all put an end to the wildlife farming industry. These tigers and other exotic animals deserve to be in the wild. If this continues, then many animals are going to be in danger of being extinct. This is a serious issue that needs to be addressed. We demand that the Laotian government take further steps that will stop wildlife farming.


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  2. Has more and more people learn about the animal suffering that happens behind the scenes, the less people want to participate in them. Please do the right thing.

  3. Derinda Nilsson says:

    Pease do more to protect wildlife. Action speaks louder than words. Your laws are weak. We don’t want to know what this world would be like without these beautiful creatures. We are not doing enough.


    Prime Minister – you KNOW this is a problem. So grow a set and STOP this horror. Talk is cheap. You need to ACT!

  5. Please stop this brutality. Such a magnificent creature does nor deserve this!

  6. So much misery……..not enough is done to protect these beautiful animals. A world without them would be a sad world. Act NOW.

  7. Mary J Zambrana says:

    Once tigers become extinct, what will be the next creature to die out because your country does nothing to enforce “laws” set down to stop their exploitation? Take a stand for ridding your country of all “farms” that kill our fellow inhabitants of the earth.


  9. Kathleen says:

    In order to promote and grow your Tourism Industry – which is the largest industry on the planet- Prime Minister Sisoulith, you need to stop this awful trade in dead animal products, Tigers, Pangolins, Rhinos etc, or you will have no tourists visiting your country, as we come to see the animals first, then people, art etc. If you allow your precious Tigers to be exploited until they are no more, we tourists will not visit your Country.

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