What This Swingers Club Has To Do With Animal Rights Will Shock You

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on April 13, 2016

 

These are the faces of the animal rights movements.

The owner of a non-profit shelter that rehabilitates wildlife animals is lashing out at authorities after they shut down the operation.

Kendall Seifert said that hundreds of animals were killed after Colorado Parks and Wildlife took away the license of Squirrel Creek Wildlife Rescue in Littleton after finding 150 violations of state law.

What This Swingers Club Has To Do With Animal Rights Will Shock You

Seifert claims that the errors were all minor and clerical – and that he was targeted because of the swingers club he owns and operates on the reserve.

Outdoor Beasts What This Swingers Club Has To Do With Animal Rights Will Shock You

The non-profit writes on its website that they ‘care for wildlife that has been injured, sick, orphaned or habituated to humans.’

As for Squirrel Creek Lodge, Seifert’s swingers club, that is an 18,000-square-foot former steakhouse.

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