Stop Circus Suffering

Speak out when the circus comes to town!

When a circus with animals comes to your home town, please take action to highlight the suffering

  • Have an information stall in your town centre. ADI can provide you with materials and loan you (free) a ‘Stop Circus Suffering’ banner for the table.
  • Take part in a demo. ADI can help organise this with you. We can put you in touch with other supporters in your area and provide you with all the materials you will need.
  • Write to your local paper to let readers know why you don’t want to see animals in circuses where you live.
  • Go wild! Hold a leafleting session in your town with your friends and family dressed up as animals, with a ringmaster or ringmistress. ADI can contact your local media and help you organise a photo call to raise awareness that the circus is coming and why people should boycott the show.


  1. Shirley Tooke · 25 April 2014 at 12:20a

    This is disgusting that such cruelty to such beautiful animals still goes on – stop it now! The people that does this are disgusting – put them in a cage and throw away the key!

  2. Kathryn McDowell · 25 April 2014 at 12:20a

    Duffy’s Circus. Throughout Northern Ireland over next two weeks. Daily protests via Northern Ireland says NO to animal cruelty on Facebook.

  3. Nicky · 25 April 2014 at 12:20a

    I love this site, and am going to get involved in this, i never knew how to help these elephants, after sitting here crying for days and research i can now do something to at least help!
    Save our elephants!!!! Please nomore torture!!!

  4. Mary Joe Moloney · 25 April 2014 at 12:20a

    I don’t know how much animals are still a part of our local circuses in Dublin. Any info on this subject is welcome.

  5. Lindsay Wilson · 25 April 2014 at 12:20a

    I will do everything I can to stop all animals circuses from exploiting the poor creatures that do not have a voice.

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