Raise your voices

15 09 2016

Cassidy Rain

For those of you waiting for a way to tell BLM that you won’t stand for the mass slaughter of wild horses and burros in holding, please visit the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign’s website: http://act.wildhorsepreservation.org/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=23589


Right after I sent my own comments, this popped up in my emaill from a friend: http://news.trust.org/item/20160914201301-s43hn

Thankful. 🙂

But we need to continue to tell BLM – and the U.S. government – that the threat of slaughtering and/or sterilizing our wild horses and burros is not acceptable. Humane solutions exist – including PZP and reopening ranges that BLM has zeroed out, enabling horses in holding to return to the dignity of life on the range.




7 responses

15 09 2016

Thank you TJ!

15 09 2016
Prairie girl

Isn’t it fantastic news. But still so much work to be done!
I say allow the ones in holding to live out their lives in the 22 million acres originally assigned to them from the beginning.
And administer PZP in a smart and thoughtful way for it to be a success.
Your program is a model to follow.

15 09 2016
Kathryn Wilder

Tears, cheers, and years for you and AWHPC and all the others out there on the front line. May we all continue to do our parts, however big or small. For horses like Cassidy Rain et al–may they live out their lives in the best way possible.

15 09 2016
Karen Schmiede

Good news,but we will have to keep up the fight.

15 09 2016
Sue Story

Very interesting TJ! 🙂 The word spreads and shame for the BLM increases. This is good news, but as everyone else above has said, the fight goes on; the diligence must continue!

15 09 2016

Agreed, we must continue , at the least, in the Basin with the work we have accomplished over the years.

18 09 2016

Thank you all!!!!!!!!!

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