Moo-ving people toward compassionate living
From Charley - 26 Oct 2007
I can't believe how ignorant I've been! I didn't know wild horses are shot and stuffed into pits and was completely shocked and horrified at the picture on your site.
No wild animal should be killed just because they're on our land. 99% of the time they were there first anyway, and it is we who are on their land.
Now I'm no tree hugger and I'm not a huge fan of Greenpeace, but I know
unnecessary, inhumane, cruel and pointless slaughter when I see it. I would
like to propose a petition forbidding any wild horse to be killed by anyone
even when on one's land. However, if the animal is causing major damage then
another solution can be arrived at.
Thank you for opening my eyes,
Reply from Frank and Mary
Thank you very much for writing and for your concern.
Please help us spread the word by telling as many other people as you can about how you feel, and refer them to our web site so that they can see for themselves.
Frank and Mary
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