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Circus Features Little 'Lion Kings'i
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August 11, 2014 9:55 PM
Cats have a reputation for being demanding and doing as they please. To prove otherwise, an American animal trainer has created a traveling circus troupe - but not of lions and tigers. This tamer of savage beasts features the pint-sized members of the family Felidae - the kind that can often be seen lounging on chairs or yowling for food. Her circus features domestic cats. From Boulder, Colorado, Shelley Schlender reports on the Acrocats.

Circus Features Little 'Lion Kings'

Published August 11, 2014

Cats have a reputation for being demanding and doing as they please. To prove otherwise, an American animal trainer has created a traveling circus troupe - but not of lions and tigers. This tamer of savage beasts features the pint-sized members of the family Felidae - the kind that can often be seen lounging on chairs or yowling for food. Her circus features domestic cats. From Boulder, Colorado, Shelley Schlender reports on the Acrocats.


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