Olivia Munn’s Fight to Save Sarah

Published by PETA.

Remember how PETA called on the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to order Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus to remove a sick elephant named Sarah from the road? Well, Sarah is still being prodded into boxcars and arenas, despite the fact that she is suffering from a chronic infection and arthritis—which is why The Daily Show correspondent and star of the highly anticipated Aaron Sorkin HBO series More as This Story Develops Olivia Munn has added to PETA’s pleas with one of her own:


Sarah even collapsed earlier this summer in California while being loaded onto the circus’s train, yet Ringling had her up and performing in the very next show.

Please click here to join PETA and Olivia now in calling on the USDA to seize Sarah and transfer her to a reputable facility where she can get the care and treatment that she so desperately needs. And urge the agency to comply with its legal duty to notify the U.S. attorney general of the serious dangers to Sarah’s health so that a temporary restraining order or injunction can be obtained to protect Sarah’s well-being.


Written by Jennifer O’Connor

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