Believe~

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Wild Horse with foal
Picture: Public Domain

 

Do you believe?

I believe.

Voices are heard.

Prayers do work.

Those who wanted to slaughter horses have lost.

When voices are unanimous, when prayers are spoken in unison, they can and do make a difference.

We must never underestimate the power that we have to change the wrongs, to make things better for animals around the world, that are in harm’s way.

In this instance, so many of you cried out in protest so loudly, about the impending murder of these beautiful wild creatures, these innocent animals, that for the moment at least, the score is:   horses one, slaughter houses, zero!

Is this fight over, no, absolutely not, but the very fact that the courts have heard you and responded in this positive manner, is a really good signal that this will not be a slam-dunk for the slaughter industry.

They now know, that they are in for a full-fledged battle with some of the most powerful animal groups that exist.

Too many animal people across this country, even around the Globe, are really, really, angry about this impending action and are making their feelings known loud and clear.

Please, do not stop.

Keep writing,  keep calling, and under no conditions should any of us think that this is a done deal.

The lives of these horses depends on all of us, we can not let them down.

We are just getting warmed up here.

*Please feel free to Reblog this, post it to FB and then tell all of your friends who love animals*

They cannot wait.

The inspiring story with all of the details is on one of the very best animal advocate sites on Word Press,

Our CompassEquine Advocates Win Reprieve

PS: FROM MY HEART TO YOURS, THANK YOU!

 

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13 thoughts on “Believe~

  1. TROs are just that. Temporary. Yes, we’ve bought some time. As you caution, we can’t rest on one small victory. Barbarians rarely give ground. Collectively, we can hold the line!

    • They, we, are all counting on you Eric to give us guidance
      because you are there at the epicenter of this animal crisis.
      Please feel free to post any things here that we can collectively do to stop this.
      We may be far from you and the situation, but we all do have
      computers and phones and we all want to help!

      • This is tough, even for we locals. Calling elected officials offices (especially at the Federal level) is what I do. Their local staff are typically responsive (or at least polite) when a constituent contacts them. Yet all they do is record why constituents call and forward ‘tabulations’ on to the D.C. office. That’s from where policy and action emanate. Even though this is currently a New Mexico issue, it could easily spread to other states. My meager suggestion would be for each of us to contact our respective Federal legislators and let our voices be heard, even if it’s not in a collective manner. Aggregated, baby steps can lead to progress and sometimes, favorable outcomes.

    • Thank you for this sound advice Eric.
      My fear is that my state and local elected persons hear from me so often about animal abuse,
      that they have simply become numb.
      I will of course, never stop signing petitions, sending relevant emails or calling them.

    • Dear Morgan, thank you for caring.
      We must stand together on their behalf.
      If we do not, they will all surely die.
      Please feel free to Reblog this, post it on FB, and/or please tell everyone who loves animals.
      They cannot wait.

  2. Yes, we must stand strong and continue on in this struggle. I love these victories. I keep wanting these epic struggles to be the last against the dying gasps of the evil patriarchy. I so long for goodness and beauty and kindness to prevail. I am so heartened by all the incredible outpouring of concern for the horses, as well as what I see lately in the efforts of 1,000’s to stop fracking and global warming. May sweet blessings shower all so that the earth and its inhabitants can live without fear and hate.

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