Tokio Hotel Join PETA to Boycott Animal Circuses


Tokio Hotel Join PETA to Boycott Animal Circuses


Bringing to light the miserable lives circus creatures endure, Bill and Tom Kaulitz are featured chained to a column in a filthy cage in a new ad campaign for the animal rights organization.

German rockers Tokio Hotel have joined a campaign to ban animal circuses from their native Germany. Bandmate brothers Bill Kaulitz and Tom Kaulitz appear chained to a column in a filthy cage in hard-hitting new billboards for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals as part of an animal rights campaign to highlight the miserable lives circus creatures endure.

As a result of the campaign and other efforts to keep circuses out of Germany, officials at the nation's Federal Chamber of Veterinarians have called for a ban on the use of wild animals in traveling circuses.

Back in 2008, the two rockers have expressed their complaint over T-Pain's entrance at the MTV Video Music Award, which involved circus performers. Bill commented, "It was sheer cruelty - it was that." His brother Tom chimed in, "I hate zoos and circuses. People shouldn't take their children to either one."

© AceShowbiz.com


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