Outrage Ensues After Naomi Campbell & Kyle Richards’ Post Goes Viral Exposing Photo Of A Heartless Huntress Who Killed A Majestic Leopard

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A deplorable image of a “woman” proudly holding the dead body of a leopard that she seemingly killed as a “trophy,” has gone viral with many people including celebrities, reposting it on their social media platforms to share their disgust.

According to David Bonnouvrier, who initially posted the appalling photo on his Instagram account on Saturday, the leopard-killer named Britany L., is a member of Safari Club International. The image reportedly originated from a September 7th post on Safari Club website’s SCI Record Book.

Bonnouvrier, the co-founder of Knot on my Planet, an organization dedicated to stopping ivory poaching, also encouraged people on the post that included the hashtags #sci, #stopbiggamehunting, #idiot, and #monstress, to call Safari Club International and “give them a piece of your mind.”

The controversial Tucson, Arizona-based membership organization touts itself as “the leading voice in the fight to protect our freedom to hunt, both in the United States and internationally,” and also falsely asserts that it is a ‘leader promoting wildlife conservation’ worldwide.” Killing is NOT Conservation.

As noted by the Humane Society of the United States last year, a survey in December 2017 showed that a minimum of 69% percent of Americans oppose trophy hunting, including 79% of Democrats, 61% of Republicans, and 67% of non-partisan voters.

Kyle Richards, one of the stars of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, was among those using their voices and social media platforms to help advocate for the voiceless and urge for an end to the barbaric so-called “sport” of hunting and killing innocent animals for fun.

“I know this is upsetting to see,” Richards wrote on her Instagram repost, “but if we don’t speak up this will never stop.”

Naomi Campbell was also among the recognizable names that joined the important conversation; urging her 5.7 million Instagram followers to call Safari Club International in protest of trophy hunting.

Safari Club International can be reached at (520) 620-1220 or 1-888-HUNT-SCI (888-486-8724) Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm MST.

Trophy Hunting Must End Before Endangered And Treasured Species, Such As Leopards, Lions, Elephants and Rhinos Become Extinct Due To Human Ignorance And Greed!

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