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+21 1. Penak commented 11 years ago

The woman was in it.

As she released the fox and dropped the bags what held the ferrets. you can see them move in the bag as she walks away.
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+9 2. 9grovere commented 11 years ago

poor ferrets
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+1 3. d3vill0ck commented 11 years ago

Oh my, I was NOT hoping for something like that :D.
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-8 4. rhadook9 commented 11 years ago

fuck ppl who mess with animals, still funny tho
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+4 5. Baboon commented 11 years ago

Ferrets were tied with a tiny invisible rope, that would be released afterwards ... cruel

Circus and zoo are cruel I've always hated them.
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-3 6. blackty commented 11 years ago

I dont know about the fox, but the ferrets were held in compartments in the jacket. Just see how the coat is nothing but flaps in the end...All this for our entertainment. Shame on you snotr viewer, shame!
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-4 7. gouranga4ever commented 11 years ago

animals in circuses should be banned.
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+5 8. yourmum commented 11 years ago

Now let's see her do that with a leather jacket :x
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+9 9. nearen commented 11 years ago

#7 They are performers too you know. Nobody is treating them ugly. Quite the opposite, they are very well taken care off and are part of the circus family.

They have been trained to do the act and they performed flawlessly! Bravo!

You have to admit it was an excellent trick.

P.S. I don't hate animals, I LOVE THEM, so don't get philosophic on me now.
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-5 10. Voutelamberopipi commented 11 years ago

#9 No sir, you don't love animals. Philosophy has nothing to do with it.

I'm not gonna wall-o-text the reasons but you clearly don't know how animals are treated in circus. They are kept in small cages, travel around alot (different climates too) and feed them only in exchange for stupid tricks.

I agree with most of the voices here - keep this videos out of Snotr. Shame on you.
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-2 11. irishgek commented 11 years ago

#9 so you think its ok to force ferrets in to a coat like that and hold a live fox around your neck ....

Its a well known fact that to a circus mostly the animals are nothing more than a act and are held in small cages and forced daily to provide us with entertainment.

In fact a few european country's have Banned the use of animals in circus acts as they deem it to "constitute an act of cruelty." !

And when the animals dont do what there told or injure there trainers they just put them down as there no use to the any more ....your some animal lover ,That was no trick it was a fox held around a neck and you could see the damm ferrets going mad in side her coat trying to escape..
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+4 12. sux2bu commented 11 years ago

#11 I guess you are going to be surprised to find out this is in Europe? It is a German circus troupe...

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+1 13. AntiAnti commented 11 years ago

Peta is gonna get u
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-3 14. Voutelamberopipi commented 11 years ago

#12 As if Europe was the center of animal rights... it doesn't matter where it is, I come from an european country where animals are tortured for "fun" and i'm truly ashamed of that.

You can call them what you want but they aren't performers - they are animals. Don't try to polish a turd just cause you find it funny.

Again: shame on you.
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-2 15. sux2bu commented 11 years ago

#14 You can take your shame and shove it. An Irishman #11 remarks how in Europe many countries have banned the use of animals in the circus,so I pointed out that this act was performed in an European country.I see nothing wrong with animals interacting with people and performing tricks for treats. Those ferrets and that fox could just as easily have ended up as a real fur coat, so I see them as lucky. I am against mis-treating any animal or torturing them for fun,but millions of people enjoy and approve of perfoming animals in the circus.(including 9 out of 10 who watched this vid.) Your country's bullfighting is a whole different issue.People who justify that "sport" will try to convince you that you can pick up a turd by the clean end.
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-3 16. Voutelamberopipi commented 11 years ago

So your logic is "it could be worst"? Oh yes, they could be locked in a cage 24 hrs a day - that doesn't make it right. Call it what you ant, sports or entertainment, THAT is mis-treating an animal. Period.

PS: Millions enjoyed and approved alot of things... horrible things.
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+2 17. sux2bu commented 11 years ago

At least I am using logic instead of trying to infuse human type emotion and self-awareness into animals. People like you are so sure of so many things that are just not correct.I suppose you would rather see those cute little ferrets living out in the forest and being eaten by a hawk or wildcat.Those animals looked to be well cared-for to me. Some people always look for the worst in things while others see the good.
And that is the last I have to say on this subject.
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0 18. Voutelamberopipi commented 11 years ago

#17 I'm not trying to infuse nothing. Sorry to break your bubble but animals do have emotions - were you in a coma for the last century?

Yes, I would prefer that. The hawk would hunt for food, not lock him up for the rest of his life to perform ridiculous freak shows.

I do look for the good, animals. I do look for the worst, complacent people like you and all the idiots who downvoted me on this discussion.

To Snotr: I will always speak up when I see animal cruelty so if any admin doesn't like it, prevent it by banning me.