Tell Everyone: Ringling Beats Animals!
In the Ringling Bros. circus, elephants are beaten, hit, poked, prodded, and jabbed with sharp bullhooks, sometimes until bloody. Tigers are viciously struck with sticks so that they'll perform difficult and confusing tricks. The best way for you to help them is by speaking up. Be the voice for these animals by sharing this information with everyone you know. Below are just a few of the many ways you can share this information online.
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Post this site on Facebook by writing a status update or leaving a note on your friend's wall. Sign our "Ringling Beats Animals" petition while you're there too. It takes less than one minute and is an easy way to tell all your friends that you don't support Ringling's cruelty.
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Upload our video "The Truth About Ringling Bros. Circus" to your channel and be sure to comment on and rate (five stars!) the version of the official PETA YouTube channel. You can also subscribe to the official PETA YouTube channel so that you will be the first to know about our newest videos.
Post a tweet about RinglingBeatsAnimals.com to let your friends know how Ringling Bros. treats elephants who are forced to perform. Follow us on Twitter too (@PETA) to get the latest updates on our campaign against Ringling Bros. and chat directly with a PETA staff member.
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