Not many countries in the world have the luxury of wild horses and burros living in them. This luxury needs to be protected just like any other values and treasures one owns or is surrounded by.
“It’s bad when the BLM holds captive mustangs with no shade or shelter but if we all don’t rally quickly to stop a misleading bill in Congress we could witness our cherished wild horses being sold to slaughter by the thousands instead of being captives in holding facilities.
You probably have witnessed what happens when the states “manage” wild horses. . . In the case of the 41 wild horses from Dry Creek, Wyoming, 37 were sold to the Canadian slaughterhouse! We are so grateful to have rescued 14 youngsters (8mo-2 yrs) who were all going to be butchered. . . (www.ProtectMustangs.org)
Below is an Associated Press article that is going viral this weekend while the National Association of Counties is meeting in New Orleans. The Utah Commissioners are trying to get a joint resolution backed which would put American wild horses at-risk of being killed and slaughtered. Of course the politicians don’t pitch it this way. No . . . they cover that part up and make their resolution and their legislation look like it has animal welfare in mind. You can see the bill on our websitewww.ProtectMustangs.org”
You can learn more about the wild horses and burros here
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