Ramos Bros. Prohibited From Bringing Exotic Animals Into Glendale!

November 2013

While the Ramos Bros. Circus was performing in Glendale, California, in late 2012, a camel escaped the circus and galloped toward a busy intersection, causing a traffic jam. Only a week later, a concerned Glendale citizen reported observing three small dogs escaping the circus and running towards a busy street. PETA and compassionate citizens sent letters to Glendale officials urging them to protect the safety of animals and the public, and this year, Glendale prohibited Ramos Bros. from bringing exotic animals into the city!

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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind