On Fri, 4 Oct 2019 22:22:33 -0000 (UTC) that great scribe Adam H. Kerman
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No explanation as to why the tranquilizer gun didn't work - IF they
tried to use one. Poor thing.
What a horrifying story. No one at the circus could use a lassoo?
Being a circus animal it is safe to assume that his treatment would have
been less than ideal. If a traumatised zebra is approached by a human
that may well make it even more difficult.
FWIW animals have no place in circuses.
Wow. You're not biased or anything.
It is possible I am biased in favour of treating animals humanely and
with dignity. So yes.
No, you're not. You're just biased and shot off your mouth without evidence
that the escaped animals were mistreated in any way.
Dignity? I've seen animals dressed in undignified costumes, but they
don't care as they don't have any such concept.
The place for animals is in their natural habitat. Instead a circus
animal spends its time in a cage except when being tortured, err I mean
trained, or being humiliated in front of hundreds of people for their
freak show amusement. Elephants being made to stupid things. Not too far
from the pyramid building of naked prisoners in Abu Gab in Baghdad. Or
lions being being "trained" by a whip wielding performer who stands
exactly at the boundary of personal territory distance, a distance at
which animals and humans feel uncomfortable. That must be good for Leo's
cortisone level leading to all sorts of health problems. Poor Leo moves
from one confined cage to another bigger cage to "perform" freak show
style and if it all goes pare shape a sharp shooter will terminate the
business investment with extreme prejudice.
Hint: Animals perform best in their natural element, their habitat.