NewsPETA calls for a ban on Christmas circus performances

PETA calls for a ban on Christmas circus performances

The animal welfare organization PETA appeals to the local council to send an animal welfare signal to the federal government through a decision to ban circus wild animals.

The premiere of Alessio’s Christmas Circus in Aalen (Ostalbkreis) starts on Wednesday. The animal welfare organization PETA is now sharply criticized in a press release. In the circus “exotic wild animals such as snakes, bison and kangaroos are forced to perform unnatural feats”. During the guest performance in the Esslingen district, the circus also carried a single zebra foal. In mid-November, PETA filed a criminal complaint against those responsible for the circus and requested that the baby animal be handed over to a sanctuary or a suitable zoological facility. The Schwäbische Post * reveals more about the history of the circus.

* Schwäbische Post is part of the IPPEN.MEDIA editorial network.

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