Please take 2 minutes of your day to make a difference for animal rights. Leave a polite and meaningful comment on this official government National Marine Fisheries public hearing document to get Lolita the orca the freedom she so richly deserves after 43 years in a tank the size of a hotel pool. Lolita was brutally captured from her family pod off the coast of Seattle in 1970 and has lived in this small, concrete, shade-less tank at the Miami Seaquarium ever since. Please  add your comment to this document by JUNE 28, 2013 to make a huge difference for this gorgeous, sentient being.
http://www.regulations.gov/#!submitComment;D=NOAA-NMFS-2013-0056-0001

Please take 2 minutes of your day to make a difference for animal rights. Leave a polite and meaningful comment on this official government National Marine Fisheries public hearing document to get Lolita the orca the freedom she so richly deserves after 43 years in a tank the size of a hotel pool. Lolita was brutally captured from her family pod off the coast of Seattle in 1970 and has lived in this small, concrete, shade-less tank at the Miami Seaquarium ever since. Please  add your comment to this document by JUNE 28, 2013 to make a huge difference for this gorgeous, sentient being.

http://www.regulations.gov/#!submitComment;D=NOAA-NMFS-2013-0056-0001