• Petitioned Ken Salazar

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Secretary, US Department of the Ingterior
Ken Salazar

Sign Petition to Protect Wild Horses from Slaughter

    1. Patricia Matejcek
    2. Petition by

      Patricia Matejcek

      Santa Cruz, CA

Slaughtering wild horses is inhumane and unnecessary; natural & humane methods are available. They are part of our cultural heritage and have more right to live on public land than sheep and cattle.

Petition to Dump Interior Secretary’s Pro Wild Horse Slaughter Appointee

Posted: 03 Mar 2012 11:22 AM PST



Velvet, Echo (Cloud's grandson), & Jewel (Cloud's grandaughter) in the Pryors. Photo by Pam Nickoles


It is important to stop appointment of Callie the Hendrickson to the BLM’s National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board. In conjunction with American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign, Animal Law Coalition, Front Range Equine Rescue, International Fund for Horses, Protect Mustangs, Respect4Horses, and Wild Horse Freedom Federation, the Cloud Foundation created a petition asking the Secretary to rescind Ms. Hendrickson’s appointment and stop BLM from creating an Advisory Board stacked with pro-slaughter members. The petition with everyone’s signature will be presented at the next BLM Advisory Board Meeting.

Please take a moment to sign this petition on behalf of our wild horses and burros and share it with all your friends and colleagues. 

 

To:
Ken Salazar, Secretary, US Department of the Ingterior
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Ken Salazar, Secretary, US Department of the Interior.

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Sign the petition to remove the pro-slaughter appointee

Slaughtering wild horses is inhumane. They are part of our cultural heritage and have more right to live on public land than sheep and cattle.
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Sincerely,

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Annika Lilja JäRNFORSEN, SWEDEN
      • almost 2 years ago

      This is totally unnecessay and cruel; most countries have laws against "unnecessary stress" in connection with slaughter and hunting; read and learn!

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    • Michelle Chalke RUSHDEB, UNITED KINGDOM
      • about 2 years ago

      "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated"-Ghandi

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