Wednesday, November 23, 2016
WILL WILD HORSES BE THANKFUL FOR YOU?
My friend Palomino is in South Dakota at a failed wild horse rescue. The horses will go to a slaughter auction if they're not rescued by December 1.
PLEASE READ TO THE END TO SEE HOW YOU CAN HELP!
".. we have saved
about 25% of the horses so far. When you look at how many are still
out there, your heart breaks. But, for the horses that have been saved, it is EVERYTHING. The situation is fast coming to a close, and I can't imagine it being a happy one. We officially have 7 days left. It is terribly
painful to get to know these horses and realize that we won't be able to
save them all.
stallions are fighting non stop as we break their hearts. Every time
we steal their families, they fight more and it is obvious they are
hurting. They run the fence line, screaming for their families.
My heart is breaking and it makes you
physically ill. Every night when your head hits the pillow, it all
comes crashing down. Knowing how many of these horses will probably be
slaughtered, the stallions especially, is too much to bear.
These horses never ever did anything to deserve this. There is too much pain here to cry away, but every morning you get back up and start over.
will keep fighting until the bitter end and bring home as many horses as we have funding for.."
Here's how you can help:
1) Make a $50 tax-deductible donation here: http://www.chillypepper.org/donate--support.html
comments write WILD AT HEART.
When Palomino notifies me, I'll send you FREE autographed books:
WILD AT HEART: Mustangs and the Young People Fighting to Save Them
"Wild One" PHANTOM STALLION #1
If you’d like the books
personalized, please indicate the first name of the recipient
Because this donation helps fund emergency rescue, this offer ends
December 1, 2016 or when I run out of the (30) books I bought from my
publisher -- specifically to donate!
Labels: books, donate, foals, horse slaughter, mares, Palomino Armstrong, phantom stallion, stallions, Wild at Heart, wild horses
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Terri Farley @ 11:08 PM