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, […]
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 […]
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.
Source: The Dodo “Headed down the BLM Wild Horse Slaughter Pipeline a 3 Strikes Horse gets a new lease on life…” “Although the only place for a wild horse or burro IS the wild we must take time to acknowledge and tip our hats to those who rescue […]
by Valerie Williams as published on Yes Magazine How a Motown veteran is using his passion for wild horses to help at-risk children. Jean Albert Renaud sleeps in a barn. His bedroom shares a wall with the stall of a stallion named Incitatus. On winter nights, he can […]
Source: HorseTalk Nigeria has declared an outbreak of Equine Influenza with more than 3000 equines infected, with reports from the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) suggesting the outbreak is a symptom of the unregulated global movement and trading of donkeys for their skins. International animal welfare charity The Donkey […]
By Theresa Braine as published on NYDailyNews.com “It would be a felony under the PACT Act to crush, burn, drown, suffocate, impale or sexually exploit animals“ “I wonder if this would apply to wild horses and burros being used, abused and killed by the mismanagement of the BLM […]