Ringling Bros. announced that it will phase out elephant acts by 2018. Here’s why that’s too long to wait.
A bear is left to suffer from a painful and likely blinding eye condition at North Carolina’s Tregembo Animal Park.
Why bother having laws to protect animals if they aren’t enforced?
Thanks to the Richmond City Council and the city’s compassionate residents, soon elephants will no longer be subjected to abuse and deprivation as part of circus performances.
PETA wants authorities to investigate whether circus’ failure to provide adequate veterinary care to long-suffering elephant led to death.
Pop the champagne corks: Another city comes down in favor of animals and against big-top bullies.
Circus management agreed to relinquish 18 animals immediately for rehabilitation and to become an animal-free, human-only circus.
Demand the USDA get with the times and adopt updated tuberculosis in elephants policies!
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has approved a ban on all performances by wild and exotic animals.
Just like elephants, big cats suffer when they are tormented and abused by circuses. The only difference is, for lions and tigers, there is no end in sight.
of elephants, birds, dogs, and other animals are rescued from two Indian circuses after the government withdraws their licenses.
The George Carden International Circus joins Ringling in phasing out elephants and sets goal of 2019 to eliminate all elephant acts.
Two decades after an elephant named Tyke was gunned down in Hawaii, a new documentary shows how far we’ve come and where we’re going regarding captive elephants.