16 Reactions That Perfectly Sum Up How You’ll Feel After Watching ‘Tyke Elephant Outlaw’
Tyke Elephant Outlaw, the tragic story of an elephant named Tyke, has really hit home for many. The abuse and confinement that animals in circuses are subjected to is shocking. Being exposed to the truth left people moved, heartbroken and reduced to tears.
Here’s how Twitter reacted when an abridged version of the film, titled “Circus Elephant Rampage”, aired on BBC’s Storyville:
— Aishah Makowsky (@AishahMak) July 25, 2015
— Kirsty Henderson (@MissKirstyH) July 22, 2015
— Kayleigh W (@KayleighSSSOSL) July 22, 2015
Finding ourselves peculiarly moved by the story of Tyke the Elephant in Honolulu 1994 on BBC Four. Desperately sad. #circuselephantrampage
— Jamie John Hutchings (@jjhutchings) July 22, 2015
The documentary about #TykeTheElephant is totally breaking my heart. This was preventable, no shots should’ve ever been fired. 🐘
— Vicki (@Vickiiibot) August 6, 2015
— Sèana Darling ♡ (@SDarling2012) July 25, 2015
Tyke running away from that circus breaks my heart, he just wanted it all to stop #TykeTheElephant
— whatadizzydance (@dizzy_abby) July 24, 2015
— joanne (@jplmxo) July 24, 2015
Unbelievably sad about #TykeTheElephant ban all animal cruelty!! Animals are not on this earth for our entertainment!!
— Sarah Hampton (@Sarahhampton79) July 23, 2015
You can help animals who are still suffering by writing to David Cameron to tell him that forcing wild animals to perform absurd tricks has no place in modern Britain.
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