Colorado Considers Prohibition on Use of Certain Animals in Traveling Animal Acts

Colorado Senate Bill 135 would prohibit the use in a traveling animal act of any “Cetartiodactyla other than bison, cattle, deer, elk, goats, reindeer, swine, and sheep; Felidae other than domestic cats; wild Canidae other than domestic dogs; Marsupialia; nonhuman primates; Perissodactyla other than horses, donkeys and mules; Pinnipedian; Proboscidea; Ratites; Spheniscidae; and Ursidae,” including hybrids, whether wild-borne or captive-bred.