The days of the circus as depicted in such movies as "Toby Tyler" and "Dumbo" don't much exist anymore. The parade of elephants through a community as a way of announcing that the circus has arrived in town doesn't happen very much in Connecticut or most other places. There are reasons for this. It's expensive to pull off. There are permits to be obtained and special insurance is probably necessary. And there's the issue of a venue.
Property ownership is a right that is well protected under the laws of Connecticut. But with the right comes a certain level of responsibility which is also spelled out under the law.
We have written a lot previously on this blog about the rights people have to seek and possibly be compensated for pain and suffering inflicted by another person's pet dog, cat or other animal.