Cuddling up together, Cecil the lion’s cubs now orphans thanks to, Walter Palmer, the US dentist who killed their father for sport.
The toddler lions have been sanctimoniously adopted by their uncle Jericho, in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe. It was reported that Cecil’s brother had also met a similar fate, but thankfully, those reports proved false.
Cecil’s young have been embraced by their pride and are seen regularly frolicking about, according to conservationists in the area. Continue reading
We don’t know how much more of this we can take! It is being reported, that Jericho, the brother of Cecil The Lion, who was killed by American Dentist, Walter Palmer, was also killed by poachers after being shot in Zimbabwe.
Jericho was gunned down in Hwange National Park on Saturday afternoon.
‘We are absolutely heartbroken. We have no further details but will advise as soon as we know more,’ said Johnny Rodrigues, Chairman for Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force. Continue reading
They say it’s to “celebrate the life of Cecil the Lion,” but others are saying it’s a shameless product meant to capitalize on his his death..
Introducing the new 24k gold edition ‘Cecil The Lion’ Cellphone plated by a company called, “Goldgenie.”
According to the company, they plan on donating a portion of the proceeds of this special limited edition phone to Friends of Hwange, benefitting efforts to conserve Zimbabwe. Continue reading
Following an unprecedented social media backlash for his role in the death of Cecil the lion, it has been revealed Dr. Walter Palmer was sued in 2009 and paid out $127,500 to settle a sexual harassment claim by one of his longtime female employees.
The now infamous Minnesota dentist who gained worldwide notoriety for killing the most famous and beloved lion in all of Africa, made the sizely settlement to a former employee at his Minneapolis practice who alleged that he subjected her to ‘ongoing and unwelcome sexual harassment, including unwanted verbal comments and physical conduct involving the woman’s lady parts.
The woman alleged that Dr. Palmer, who has gone into hiding since he slaughtered Cecil the lion, was asked to stop his behavior, but continued. Continue reading
A petition demanding justice for slain lion, Cecil, has reached a staggering 435,000 signatures. The petition shows no sign of slowing, receiving thousands of signatures per hour.
The petition, posted on ThePetitionSite.com, reads in part,
On July 1, Cecil the lion, one of the most famous animals in one of Zimbabwe‘s national parks, was shot by a bow hunter. Continue reading