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Baby elephant bullied for Circus trainingTraining

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Dear Sir/Madam, I'm requesting you to see what's happening behind closed doors to all the helpless animals,especially Elephants,You have the power to ban all circuses

it's not only in India but through the world.

https://www.facebook.com/animalfreedomfighter/videos/2032478983637629/

the above is an example how a baby elephant is being bullied and

beaten brutally for Circuses,unneeded ride on their back, festivals parade & zoos..but the reality is horrible,this helpless elephant is being bullied by sadistic humans and is beaten up so badly to get trained,It's not the elephants there are other animals like camels,horses,donkeys and dogs to enslave them just just for human entertainment.It's not just one trainer but many more hitting this poor baby. he lives of circus animals are wasted on the road and ultimatley die of pain and sickness caused by the overwhelming amount of stress inflicted by beatings, exhausting performances, 20 hour lockdowns in cages and being chained to a wall. Elephants do not naturally stand on stools or do the other tricks they perform in circuses. Trainers use a bull-hook, which is a handle used to hit, and even beat, the elephant while they are chained and helpless. Even baby elephants suffer during training for circus tricks. In the wild, baby elephants would be protected by mothers, aunts, grandmothers and sisters. Herds of female elephants co-operate to raise and protect the young elephants. That is why fear and pain are used to force them to over-come their natural instincts and perform the unnatural behaviours or ‘tricks’.   Animals in circuses spend much of their lives traveling in trains or trucks - as many as 20 hours at a time confined in small spaces, standing for long hours in their own waste. Circus elephants are often chained by one or two legs when not performing.   Animals in circuses are also forced to live lives filled with stress, fear, physical discomfort and pain. Confined and mistreated animals are dangerous and unpredictable. Circus animals, especially elephants, have apparently been driven mad by the extreme misery of their lives. need to realize that even animals have same feelings like us.A working Animal does not need our money but their own freedom. Sir/Maam, I'm sincerely requesting you to take matter seriously and ban these Circuses. The above clip was taken in Jaipur..and now I've realized about animal sacrifices on Camels too.In this generation people think that if they sacrifice an animal,good things will happen in future,as if God wants them to do this. This picuture was taken in Northen part of India where a scare tied Camel is being sacrificed,please help us by stopping all this.I will forward my petition to whom all I know and get their votes against Animal Cruelty. Also I need to know how many votes will be enough to win this case. he lives of circus animals are wasted on the road and ultimatley die of pain and sickness caused by the overwhelming amount of stress inflicted by beatings, exhausting performances, 20 hour lockdowns in cages and being chained to a wall. Elephants do not naturally stand on stools or do the other tricks they perform in circuses. Trainers use a bull-hook, which is a handle used to hit, and even beat, the elephant while they are chained and helpless. Even baby elephants suffer during training for circus tricks. In the wild, baby elephants would be protected by mothers, aunts, grandmothers and sisters. Herds of female elephants co-operate to raise and protect the young elephants. That is why fear and pain are used to force them to over-come their natural instincts and perform the unnatural behaviours or ‘tricks’.   Animals in circuses spend much of their lives traveling in trains or trucks - as many as 20 hours at a time confined in small spaces, standing for long hours in their own waste. Circus elephants are often chained by one or two legs when not performing.   Animals in circuses are also forced to live lives filled with stress, fear, physical discomfort and pain. Confined and mistreated animals are dangerous and unpredictable. Circus animals, especially elephants, have apparently been driven mad by the extreme misery of their lives.  

Thanking You Sincerely, Anita Gowda



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