Sunday, December 30, 2012
Be Heard for the Herds
|Young people like Robin Warren, above, are welcome at peaceful protests against slaughter of the West's wild horses|
When I called Governor Brian Sandoval's office and asked that he stop the trapping and abuse of Nevada's wild horses, he didn't hear me.
When other members of the public called and asked
Governor Brian Sandoval
to halt Nevada
Department of Agriculture's war against Nevada's
wild horses, he didn't hear them.
Since Governor Brian Sandoval can't hear us, we are taking our request for conversation closer to his Carson City office.
|Virginia Range mustangs at the slaughter auction. They are confused by the alien environment and dazzled by flood lights.|
You have 5 days to plan to join our peaceful protest:
January 4, 2012
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in front of the Legislative Building (Hwy
395 East) in downtown Carson City
If you absolutely cannot join us, email click here to Email Governor Sandoval
The next auction is January 9, 2013; There is no time to lose.
|If you've read the PHANTOM STALLION books, you're familiar with Mrs. Allen of the Blind Faith Sanctuary. The lady on the right, above, is Mrs. Shirley Allen & I based the fictional Mrs. Allen on her. |
Labels: Carson City, Governor Brian Sandoval, peaceful protest, Virginia Range wild horses
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Terri Farley @ 2:00 AM
Terri, I can't be there in person but will be there in spirit. I have emailed the governor...hope it does some good. good luck on Friday.
Thanks for having a heart for horses and for emailing the governor. I'll update you on the demonstration.
Terri I can't be there either but I wish you the BEST of luck! MAKE that Bas**** hear you!