By Caitlin Jill Anders as published on The Dodo “They are always together and they cry nonstop when they get separated” ❤️️ When Hattie was around 34 years old, she was put up for auction to be sold for slaughter. She was incredibly underweight with long, overgrown hooves, […]
by Jesse Paul as published in The Colorado Sun The Colorado Democrat’s decision represents a reversal from his prior vote to support Bernhardt for the agency’s No. 2 post U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet will oppose President Donald Trump’s nomination of Colorado native David Bernhardt as Interior secretary. […]
By John Cherwa / LA Times “I believe today’s horse is more precocious, more brilliant at 2-years-old and 3 than they used to be, but they’re also more fragile…” Santa Anita is inching toward its projected March 29 opening after having closed for live racing on March 5 […]
Originally posted on Horseracing Wrongs:
Not to keep hammering away at this, but the goings-on at Santa Anita are simply too important to let die. As I’ve previously written, what’s happened there is no anomaly; in fact, it’s business as usual. Let’s just look at the past three…
Source: The Donkey Sanctuary Donkeys naturally avoid showing distress, meaning it isn’t always easy to see they are suffering. Donkeys and mules are put to work in tourism all over the world, whether used as taxis, for treks or to carry luggage. While The Donkey Sanctuary does not […]
By Robert Gearty | Fox News The deaths of the horses due to catastrophic injuries suffered in training and during races over the short period of time have alarmed horsemen and racing fans and led to a renewed focus on the racing industry’s long-standing problem with drugs–both legal and […]
Source: The Dodo “No intro needed here; thanks to all of you who do what you do to better the lives of our non-human sisters and brothers. May God Bless You.” ~ R.T.