Known Animal Abusers at Carden Circus Are Headed to These Venues—Take Action Now!

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Despite learning about Carden Circus' long history of animal abuse and the public's growing opposition to animal circuses, some venues are still planning to host it. We need your help to show them that the public doesn't support circuses that use animals.

elephant at Carden International circus

Carden Circus is one of several similarly named companies—all run by Brett Carden; his father, George; and other members of their notorious family—that exploit elephants and camels and hire outside exhibitors to supply tigers for its cruel acts. The family has a lengthy history of violations of the federal Animal Welfare Act, including failing to provide an elephant who had open wounds with proper veterinary care and intensively confining tigers—records show that they were confined to a transport cage for 23 hours a day.

Bo the Elephant

Please urge venues planning to host Carden Circus to allow the performances to go forward only if they're animal-free.

Mr.
Clifton M.
Smart
Missouri State University
Mr.
Brett
Binversie
La Porte Civic Auditorium
Mr.
Rick
Laird
Kosair Shrine
Mr.
Ben
Gibbs
Sears Centre Arena
Mr.
Kevin
Boryczki
Stride Bank Center
Mr.
Mike
Schumacher
City of Lebanon Missouri
Mr.
Matthew
Byerly
Stephens County Fair & Expo Center
Mr.
Wayne
Hodgetts, Jr.
Orak Shrine

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