The Dodo – First taste of freedom This horse was so hungry that she stuck her head in an electric fence looking for food. But now she’s gotten plenty to eat and feels like a whole new horse. Today she’s about to find out she has a whole […]
by R.T. Fitch ~ “in my humble opinion” “Just when you thought it couldn’t get any stupider…” Do you remember, back in November 2016, the heartbreak of learning of an alleged sanctuary, and it’s deranged leader, putting hundreds and hundreds of former wild horses at risk due to […]
OpEd by R.T. Fitch ~ President/Co-Founder of Wild Horse Freedom Federation Repost from 2017 It’s a dangerous time for not only our wild horses and burros but also for our country in general. Although there is renewed hope that we will no longer “lead from behind” in a […]
By Emily Caldwell “Slipped into a large transportation infrastructure bill, the amendment must now pass the Senate before it can become law…” The House of Representatives passed an amendment Wednesday that would ban the transportation of horses across state lines or to Canada and Mexico to slaughterhouses for […]
Are Some Wild Horse Non-Profit Advocates Violating the Intent of the 1971 Free Roaming Wild Burro and Horse Protection Act?
By: William E. Simpson II as published on ValueWalk “Let’s start by examining some facts, instead of the misleading agenda-driven narratives that are promoted by some non-profit activists who condone what are arguably violations of at least the intent of the very Act created to protect wild horses […]
The Dodo This blind horse used to suffer from panic attacks, but rescuers helped him feel safe.
Source: The Dodo This neglected pony was in very bad shape when he was rescued — his hooves had grown so long that he could barely walk. But his rescuers helped transform him into a whole new pony
By Bailey Aldridge as published on The News&Observer A wild horse that roamed North Carolina’s Outer Banks has died, a group that manages her herd says. A wild horse that roamed North Carolina’s Outer Banks has died, a group that manages her herd says. The mare, nicknamed Dusty, […]
by Jessie Leavenworth as published on The Courant “The state is moving to gain permanent custody of eight horses that were malnourished and suffering from long-term neglect when they were seized from a Montville riding and boarding farm, authorities said…” Laurel Ledge Farm owner Michelle Wilson, 55, […]
Humane Society of the U.S. Sows Confusion and Scuttles Federal Legislation to Impose Felony Penalties for Horse Soring
News Provided By ANIMAL WELLNESS ACTION WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, December 21, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Malicious, intentional cruelty should be a felony offense. Wayne Pacelle: “That was a long-held rallying cry for a wide range of animal protection organizations, including the Humane Society of the United (HSUS), where […]