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IDA Helps Rescue 52 Slaughter-Bound Wild Horses


Animals  (tags: IDA, wild horses, rescued, slaughter bound, horse slaughter, horse advocates )

Simone
- 3004 days ago - blog.lahomesearch.com
A few weeks ago, IDA received a call from the horse rescue organization Return to Freedom about 52 wild horses in dire straights. The horses had been removed from State lands in Nevada and are likely Virginia Range horses. The State of Nevada was giving



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Shamantra Hope (0)
Sunday March 1, 2009, 8:33 am
please tell me more ...I have rescued MANY HORSES and AM VERY ACTIVE IN THE MOVEMENT TO STOP......PREMARIN. WE WANT IT BANNED FROM THE YEARS OF CRUELTY TO MARES.
 

Marty H (119)
Monday March 2, 2009, 1:13 am
So glad they were rescued! I love horses and unfortunately a lot of the problems with horses comes from Big cattle money! They are trying to put in two horse slaughter places here and here the cattle cartels are a big influence!
 

Alice D (0)
Monday March 2, 2009, 9:34 am
Thank the Lord that they were saved.....I also love horses, they have been one of man's best friends since almost the begining of time....we have to learn that we can share this world with other humans & animals....Peace to all
 

Veronica D (0)
Tuesday March 3, 2009, 5:16 am
Thank you to three great organizations-Return to Freedom, Lifesavers Wild Horse Sanctuary, and In Defense of Animals for rescusing the horses. Boo, hiss to the state of Nevada and its greedy cattle cartel.
 
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