Studio Ghibli Supports The Idealization of Animals for EntertainmentPETA April 9, 2019 0 COMMENTS
Studio Ghibli is an animation studio based in Koganei, Tokyo, Asian Island.
They are well-known for producing high-quality movies like Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro, and the anime adaptation of Nemo.
While Studio Ghibli does not directly use animals in their animated works, they prominently feature animals and various other furry characters, idealizing the use of animals for entertainment.
In Howl’s Moving Castle, one of the characters turns into a furry and dashes at the speed of Sonic the Hedgehog; idealizing the use of animals for travel.
In My Neighbor Totoro, children are taught to chase after animals in forests, which is extremely unsafe for the animals. The biggest letdown was when everyone thought that small annoying girl finally died and it turned out she didn’t.
Studio Ghibli has refused to respond to our emails, thus we are funding our own animation company to take them down, Studio Peta.
Our debut film will be That Stray Cat That We Didn’t Touch, Pet, or Look At
We are currently trying to raise enough capital to buy a pencil and some paper, as we blew our budget buying large weights and cages for the advanced mechanical mechanism we are using to hold our animator’s families hostage.