Horses captured my heart before I could talk
American wild horses need help.
October 15, 2015 Good News 4 Sequoia, 1 wild horse
On October 14 I read Protect Mustangs Facebook page and saw this news. “GREAT NEWS! SEQUOIA (#1598) had no bids during the Internet Adoption and thanks to you all sharing her photo SEQUOIA has been adopted! Congratulations to Judith Hamilton-Schultze on Welcoming SEQUOIA into your family! Thank you so much for saving her.”
“YOU made a difference by Sharing #SEQUOIA’s photo to find her forever home and now YOU can make a difference by WRITING BLM today and asking them to leave the #REDDESERT Complex Wild Horses alone in WYOMING and NO ROUNDUP–NO FERTILITY CONTROL (PZP)…
…because wild horses are an underpopulated species in America today and especially in Wyoming!”
The bad news? The killing goes on.
BRAVE is in Fallon, Nevada, right now and that’s where the kill-buyer auction is! #SAVEBRAVE Please adopt her. If you can’t adopt please share her photo so someone can save her. Please?
Opening bid is $125 U.S. dollars.
This is how you adopt online from the BLM:
Below is more information about #BRAVE from BLM:
- Sex: Filly Age: 1 Years Height (in hands): 13
- Necktag #: 1560 Date Captured: 04/01/14
- Freezemark: 14621560 Signalment Key: HF1AAAABB
- Color: Bay. Brave was born in a holding facility.
After October 8, 2015 all unclaimed mustangs will be available for in-person walk up adoption ONLY.
Take action because this mustang, born in captivity, should not die because the U.S. Bureau of Land Management would rather truck her out of state to a slaughter house. She does not deserve being made into dog food. She deserves to live, run free or at least be loved and cared for by a kind human family that knows how to gently teach her to trust.
Please save American mustangs.
Please contact please visit the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management and protest the killing of American wild horses. Demand humane treatment of all wild horses. Don’t let them run them down with helicopters and trucks. Don’t let the BLM round-ups continue to chase mustangs until their legs break.
Go fetch Facebook updates by Protect Mustangs.
Remember, you’ve got power!
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