Happy the Elephant Isn’t Legally a Person, Top New York Court Rules

In a recent ruling that has sparked widespread debate and garnered significant media attention, the top court in New York has declared that Happy the Elephant, despite her fame and public support, is not legally recognized as a person. The decision has raised important questions about animal rights, legal status, and the ethical treatment of animals. This article delves into the details of the case, examines the court’s ruling, and explores the broader implications of this landmark decision.