Please help in ending the suffering of 91 elephants from Amer Fort. Join us in requesting the Chief Minister of Rajasthan to phase out elephant rides at Amer Fort, Rajasthan.
Demand world leaders act to end the suffering of wild animals and protect our health
Elephants at Amer Fort (also known as Amber Fort) in Rajasthan, India, are often controlled with bullhooks which cause wounds and scarring. They carry heavy seats for tourists to sit on, which aggravates injuries and causes them severe muscle strain.
Yet they are forced to give rides hour after hour.
Day after day.
For years and years.
This sad story doesn’t end when the tourists go home. When they are not giving tourists rides, these elephants are cruelly chained.
They’re unable to socialise, graze or freely move, which causes them great stress and painful foot problems too.