In contrast to the glitter associated with circuses, performing animals' lives are
pretty miserable. Because animals do not naturally ride bicycles, stand on their ...
Animals aren't actors, spectacles to imprison and gawk at, or circus clowns. Yet
thousands of these animals are forced to perform silly, confusing tricks under the
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus has failed to meet even minimal
federal standards for the care of the animals it uses, and its workers have
Virtually 96 percent of a circus animal's life is spent in chains or cages.
This child deserves a medal pity councils prefer not to assert their authority and ban these travelling animal
torture shows. And as for the pathetic excuse for a human being shown abusing the defenceless Elephant in the Video there... More »
Circus animals do not willingly stand on their heads, jump through rings of fire, or
ride bicycles. They don't perform these tricks because they want to and they ...
In short, traveling animal acts perpetuate animal cruelty, inhumane care, public
safety hazards and distorted images of wildlife. Circus animals are confined ...
Oct 4, 2011 ... A fabulous show, featuring incredible acrobatic and gymnastic tricks performed
not only by artists, but also by elephants, tigers, lions and many ...
Some circuses still use elephants, tigers, chimpanzees, horses, bears and even
dogs and cats to entertain crowds. Have you ever been to a circus? Were there ...