WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES
Remember the Australian film THE MAN FROM SNOWY RIVER? STOP the KILLERS from chasing the brumbies with choppers and KILLING the wild horses from the Snowies
Share the Australian petition to Stop the Slaughter of the Brumbies: http://chn.ge/1y1HgQq
Brumby foal killed in Frazier Downs 2012 ©LS
Brumbies are Australian heritage wild horses. Witnesses found them shot and killed (Copyright protected ©WHK)
Stop the slaughter and eradication of the Snowy Mountains Brumby and reinstate access for horse riders to all areas of the Kosciuszko National Park
“Sickening footage of this event can be located easily on the internet, showing horses with their teeth blown out, mares shot dead while foaling and other horses with bullet riddle bodies, it was nothing less than a massacre and an event of international embarrassment and disgrace at the time when Australia had just again immortalised the Man From Snowy River and the Brumbies to an international audience at the Sydney 2000 Olympics.”
Read the petition and sign it here . Then share it with everyone you know!
They didn’t learn their lesson. Now they want to SHOOT AND KILL the Brumbies again! Leaving them to DIE a HORRIBLE DEATH like they did before! Some were shot dead while giving birth! Watch the video below and share widely!
Note: the images provided are from previous “culls” as we will all stand with Australian Brumby advocates to stop the killing!
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Presidents’ Day 2014
Dear Mr. President,
We request a 10 year moratorium on wild horse & burro roundups for scientific research before they are wiped out. Here is our growing petition:
There is no overpopulation problem despite what the spin Dr.s say. What we find on the range is an underpopulation problem.
Recently the Washington Post covered the crisis:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/us-looking-for-ideas-to-help-manage-wild-horse-overpopulation/2014/01/26/8cae7c96-84f2-11e3-9dd4-e7278db80d86_story.html and mentioned the Princeton study showing Wildlife and cows can be partners, not enemies, in search for food http://www.princeton.edu/main/news/archive/S32/93/41K10/index.xml?section=featured
Americans and people around the world want the cruel roundups to stop. The petition to defund and stop roundups is growing too:
We request the U.S. government stop removing wild horses and burros to allow fracking on the land. Fracking pollutes the environment and causes global warming. Here is the petition to protect them from fracking:
We respectfully ask that the U.S. government classify America’s wild horses, E. caballus, as a native species and protect them correctly. The petition is here:
http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/save-our-native-wild Horses originated in America and were either returned to their native land or never left. More information can be found here: http://protectmustangs.org/?page_id=562
After native wild horses and burros are torn from their land they are held captive in pens without shelter. This is horrible and violates basic humane standards. The petition for emergency shelter and shade is growing and the public is outraged:
This is what some roundups look like:
Please order the BLM to abolish mustang atrocities!
Thank you for your attention to this urgent matter.
Executive Director of Protect Mustangs
Read about the wild horse crisis in the news:
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