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De: Ingrid E Newkirk, PETA Australia <membershipservices@peta.org.au>
Enviado: viernes, 10 de marzo de 2017 0:40
Para: sammyle2009@hotmail.com
Asunto: Bear Cubs Choked, Dragged, Caged
Imagine waking up in a cage with a rope around your neck.

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Bear Cubs Choked, Dragged, Caged

Dear friend,

A bear cub wakes up in a cage. She cries out, scared, then paws at the rusty metal bars and tries to bite through them, but there's no way for her to escape the trainer who is heading her way.

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He ties a rope tightly around her neck and yanks her across the room. He yells, hitting her with a stick. It's painful and confusing – she doesn't understand what he wants.

But the day's misery is not yet over. The trainer tethers her to a wall by the rope still around her neck, forcing her to stand upright on her hind legs. It's agonising for her – she's used to being on all fours – but if she doesn't remain standing, she could choke and die.

Bear cubs exploited by circuses are enduring torment like this right now – but you can help us work to stop it. We are opening people's eyes and turning people away from such exhibits – especially young people, their key audience. Please strengthen PETA's work for bears and all other animals by making a generous gift today.

A PETA Asia investigator documented that bear cubs at circuses and animal-training facilities across China endured precisely this kind of cruelty, but such abuse is not unique to that country. Circuses around the world confine animals to cramped cages and use violence and intimidation – exactly like that uncovered during this investigation – all the time. These animals are forced to perform repetitive contortions that, to them, are baffling, uncomfortable, and even physically damaging. It's suffering on a global scale.

PETA Asia's exposé did more than just reveal the deplorable treatment of animals held captive by circuses. It's also inspired tens of thousands of compassionate people to speak out against those who exploit animals for entertainment. Together with our international affiliates, we're pushing back against cruel spectacles and achieving many victories – from 80 German towns' decisions to ban wild-animal circuses to the forthcoming closure of the notorious Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus in the US.

Please help us keep the momentum going. Donate to PETA today and help strengthen all of our vital work for animals.

You can also help by pledging not to attend circuses that use animals, persuading others not to patronise them, and writing letters to the editors of newspapers and magazines about the cruelty we have exposed. Please also take a moment to visit our website and share information about animal abuse in the entertainment industry with everyone you know.

As always, thank you so much for your support and for all you do for animals.

Kind regards,

Ingrid E Newkirk

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