- 1 innocent, sentient, living being ~ A bear
- 1 narrow, upright, steel enforced cage (large enough to fit a bear)
- 1 steel plate with ports for electrical wiring
- 1 electrical heating system
- 1 music output system
- Circus music recording of choice
- Remove a bear from his natural environment (by any means neccessary)
- Force bear into steel enforced cage with little room to move except to stand upright
- Initiate electrical current to steel floor at a temperature that will inflict adequate pain to paw pads
- As the being begins to suffer from the pain, begin music and initiate spoken commands
- Immediately the living being will begin to alternate feet for releif from the burns
- The alternation of movement from paw-to-paw will simulate a human-like dancing movement
- Alternate reducing and raising heat until desired motion is executed upon demand
Note: Continually assure that living being understands who’s in charge! If feelings of empathy for the living being begin to be experienced, be strong and remind yourself that any suffering experienced by a living being in the interest of entertainment is acceptable. While it is true that all living beings suffer equally, as long as it’s not YOU suffering, don’t inconvenience yourself with wasted compassion. A living being’s life in trade for a few minutes of entertainment is considered by many to be acceptable.
Decorate sentient being in bright-colored, eye-catching, comedic fabric
Best served in large groups in colorful settings with ridiculous music playing in the background.
Recipe serves millions of spectators at the cost of $15 – $100.00 a pop, depending on the financial status of partakers.
The treatment of animals in circuses is beyond inhumane.
Please help stop the suffering.
Please help to stop the use of animals in circuses.
Please use your social media platforms to raise public awareness.
Please choose empathy and compassion in your actions toward all living beings.
On behalf of those who cannot speak for themselves, Thank You.
Author: Gerean Pflug, for The Animal Spirits
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“When we return wild animals to nature,
we merely return them to what is already… theirs,
For man cannot give wild animals freedom,
they can only take it away.”
Bear With Us, http://bearwithus.org/bear-residents