Wild animals in travelling circuses in the US are suffering – we need a federal law to protect them.
Don’t you think it’s time for Congress to reintroduce the Travelling Exotic Animal Protection Act, which would ban such acts?
Travelling circuses deprive animals of all that is natural to them. Abnormal, stereotypic behavior, such as tigers pacing endlessly in their cages, or elephants repeatedly swaying or bobbing their heads, is common in circus animals and indicates poor welfare.
Tell your legislators that you demand better animal protections – ask them to reintroduce TEAPA today!