Help educate circus goers in Everett about exploited animals in circuses!
Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey circus is coming to the Comcast
Arena at Everett September 4-7, 2008. Thanks to you, more than 400
messages were sent in the last few weeks to Adam Cook, Comcast Arena's
Director of Events, and the Everett City Council urging them to stop
promoting family entertainment which uses and abuses animals for
financial gain. We've informed leadership, now it's time to educate our
With the images of performing animals still fresh in their minds, PAWS will be giving information to circus-goers as they leave the shows about the tortured lives circus animals must endure. If you are available and would like to help with this, contact Sylvia Moss at firstname.lastname@example.org or 425.787.2500 x257.
Join PAWS staff the following days:
- Thursday, September 4 at 9:30 pm
- Sunday, September 7 at 7:00 pm
Due to PAWSwalk, staff will not be available for the Friday or Saturday
shows, but if you would like to give information to circus-goers after the shows on Friday or Saturday, please contact Sylvia Moss at email@example.com
to coordinate a time to pick up our circus cards. Or we could refer you
to one of the other organizations that will be present at the circus.
is currently on trial for allegations of abuse to their Asian
elephants, in violation of the Federal Endangered Species Act. As our
communities learn more about the living conditions and shocking
training techniques that these poor animals are subjected to, many
caring citizens have abandoned this outdated and inhumane form of
"entertainment." Let's help Everett show the world that it is
a humane city, by joining Seattle and Tacoma in rejecting animal abuse
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Thank you for speaking out for circus animals who cannot!