Circuses have been raided, and millions of people online can’t look away. PETA Asia is on fire.
The lion has been pulled from performing, but it’s unclear what will happen to him next.
Images of miserable animals with broken spirits put a damper on a party, and the self-proclaimed “world’s largest party supply superstore” agrees.
The way humans treat animals is changing in China and around the world.
A “tiger” tells UniverSoul and potential circusgoers that animals don’t want to be caged and beaten.
Why in the (circus) world would PETA offer to make a donation to a longtime target?
It’s always nice to see these people called out on their lies.
Children watch in horror as a tiger attacks his trainer at a Florida fair.
After a tiger escapes a circus, Doug Terranova is fined $21,500 and his license is suspended.
An animal behaviorist pulls back the curtain on the miserable lives of big cats exploited by Ringling Bros. circus.
Swedish MPs agree: Wild animals shouldn’t be forced to entertain us.
Please urge officials to replace these cruel events with humane alternatives.
PETA Asia’s investigation that exposed animal abuse at circuses in China is reaching millions of people nationwide—and the government is listening.
Carson & Barnes has to stop ignoring Bunnie’s pervasive, seemingly painful leg problem.
California joins Rhode Island, becoming the second state to ban a weapon used to beat and intimidate elephants.