Tell the USDA: Remove the Collapsing Elephant from the Ringling Bros. Circus

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Claire Maddlone
8 years ago
Please send Sarah to the wonderful elephant sanctuary in Tennesse.

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Cynthia Walker
8 years ago
Thank you

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Ed Ortiz
8 years ago
As humans (and the dominant species on the planet) we have a moral obligation and responsibility NOT to abuse our position: this is a prime example of animal abuse and immorality. This needs stopped immediately!

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Vivian Dudley
8 years ago
This hardworking elephant should be retired from the circus and given the necessary medical treatment she needs to be healthy.

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Tuula Vilppu
8 years ago
This is torture!! And she gets it every day, help her out from there. How can you just look away??

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Lynne King
8 years ago
Animals were not put on this earth to entertain us, save this poor sick soul and allow her to enjoy the rest of her life!!

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Sylvia Smithwick
8 years ago
These magnificent creatures should NEVER be used as entertainment in circuses. It should be against the law to abuse these animals. Put them in a sanctuary NOW!!

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Reya M
8 years ago
Treat them circus animals right, especially if you want so badly for them to be putting money in your pockets!!! It's rather simple compared to being fined some huge amount of money!

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denise dunham
8 years ago
All animals are sentient beings and feel pain. we should purposely inflicting it on them.
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Victoria Colewood
8 years ago
This is typical of the animals in entertainment business, like Ringling Bros inhumane use of bullhooks and enclosing of these once magnificent animals are reduced to trained spectacles.