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    not yet, prob will one day. it will be a big thing as it will prob have to be 120 klms away. the last time a circus came to our town we took my nieces & nephews, waited for 20 minutes in the tent then they decided to cancel the show as apparently there wasnt enough people there for it to be worthwhile for them to have the show. kids were so dissapointed.

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    No, and I probably wouldn't. I am absolutely terrified of clowns...but I would let someone else take him, if he really wanted to go. And of course, only to one with no animals

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    I can't wait till next time Cirque De Soleil is touring, as I plan on taking DD!

    I would never take her to an animal circus though. Ick.

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    Yes we went to a moscow circus i think it was. Although he enjoyed it, some of their music was quite dark and it did scare him. They only had ponies i think it was and they looked quite very sad esp one of them.

    He did enjoy it and he was 4yrs old when i took him.

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    The circus would be one of our worst nightmare scenarios. The noise, the lights, the animals *shudder* it would kill the boys. I Just couldnt do it to them.

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    We did. It had animals. I found it really distressing. Won't go again Just wasn't thinking I guess. The animals were beautiful and didn't get whipped, in fact they seemed very fond of their trainers etc.., but there is something so hard to watch about a gorgeous lion performing tricks- its just not right

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hagrid View Post
    I agree, I will never take my DS to a circus with animals but like Witwicky, think that an acrobatic/perfomance circus would be amazing to take a little one to.
    yup i am against sooo against the animal circuses, but even i love love love the acrobatic ones.

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    I'm going to cirque du soleil when it comes next (already bought tickets) but my sister and I are taking Mum for her birthday and not taking the kids Maybe when they are older...


 

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