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Urge Removal of Exploited Tigers from UniverSoul Circus Act!

Urge Removal of Exploited Tigers from UniverSoul Circus Act!

This alert is no longer active, but here for reference. Animals still need your help.

Underneath the din of cheering audiences, the disturbing truth is that the tigers of Universoul Circus are terrified every moment they are forced to perform. Tigers are made to do tricks in unnatural, high-stress environments in between being trucked from venue to venue in tiny, cramped cages. We must act now to urge UniverSoul Circus to remove the exploited tigers from its act.

UniverSoul Circus exploits tigers for money by forcing them to perform in extremely unnatural and high-stress environments. All the while, they are denied the lives they were born to experience in nature. These wild animals are trucked endlessly from venue to venue regardless of temperature extremes while suffering in tiny, cramped cages for what amounts to just minutes of meaningless human entertainment. After every show, the audience returns home and quickly forgets the act and all of the suffering involved in its production.

Unfortunately, in September, The UniverSoul Circus was hosted by the New Horizon Church of Jackson, Mississippi, a generally progressive church with accolades for its community involvement and a bishop with years of community service. Since the Church openly supports UniverSoul Circus and has asked it to return each year, we are calling upon Bishop Ronnie C. Crudup, Sr. to join us in requesting that UniverSoul Circus free the big cats who are forced to perform against their will.

What YOU Can Do

We ask that you sign our letter, by filling out the form on the right-hand side of this page, to respectfully urge the Church to influence the Circus by asking it to grant the freedom back that it has stolen from these animals so they can live out the rest of their days in a haven that can fulfill their needs and ensure their well-being, just as Bishop Crudup seeks to fulfill the needs of his fellow humans.

This alert is no longer active, but here for reference. Animals still need your help.

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