Victory! Circus Prohibited from Exhibiting Exotic Animals
After hearing from PETA, the city of Corona, California, ordered the Ramos Bros. Circus to halt its illegal display of exotic animals immediately.
PETA received several calls from members telling us that Ramos Bros. was displaying exotic animals, including zebras and camels, which is illegal in Corona. We promptly contacted the city, which sent an inspector to the circus. After the inspector confirmed that Ramos Bros. was illegally displaying exotic animals, the city ordered the circus to remove the animals or be shut down, noting that Ramos Bros. had previously been informed of the prohibition on displaying exotic animals.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has repeatedly cited Ramos Bros. for violations of the Animal Welfare Act, and numerous citizens have called PETA to report disturbing abuse that they witnessed, including observing a large number of scars on animals’ bodies and seeing animals confined to cramped, filthy enclosures with no access to water or shade.
This victory sends a strong message to cruel circuses that abuse won’t be tolerated. Join PETA’s Action Team today to help enact a similar ban and work to help animals in your community.
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