Save Our Wild Horses

May 15, 2010 at 7:58 AM | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments

Saving America\'s Horses From Abuse and Slaughter

Please take the time to add your name to the list of people who are diligently campaigning on behalf of our Wild and Domestic Horses….

The horses need our help.


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  1. Our mission is to rescue and rehabilitate animals, particularly horses, that have been injured, abused, neglected, abandoned or orphaned. We carry out this mission by providing good nutrition, medical care and emotional support in a safe and nurturing environment.

    It takes a lot of time, work and financial resources to operate any type of rescue. Animals that find their way to your door often need a lot in the way of physical care, emotional support and medical treatment. They also need shelter and room to exercise. Shelters and exercise areas need to be erected and maintained.

    Together we can make big difference.

    For more details on Help Save Horses



    • Thank you for your incredible mission on this Earth to be a voice for our innocent, incredibly brilliant animals! Our beautiful Wild Horses, and ALL Horses need everyone’s attention right now, as there are some very evil people who wish to continue the horrifying slaughter and “round ups” of these majestic living beings.
      Everyone, EVERYONE…. write a quick email or postcard to the Bureau of Land Management AND to the “Czar” overseeing the Department of Interior to OBEY the LAW set forth by Congress in 1971 to PROTECT our Wild Horses!

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