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Spanish City Says ‘Adi

Written by Jennifer O'Connor | January 13, 2012

The town of Molins de Rei has joined more than 60 other Spanish cities that have enacted bans against circuses that use animals.

Our colleagues at Asociación Animalista Libera received overwhelming support from city officials after pointing out that animals in circuses live in cramped cages and are beaten with bullhooks and whips in order to force them to obey. The ban includes all exhibitors that use wild animals.

Contact PETA’s Action Team to get a campaign to ban animal acts underway in your own town.

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