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Stop Killing Brumbies

by Anne Novak category: Cause

“We request a moratorium on killing Brumbies in Australia. People love wild horses. Save the Brumbies now! http://thndr.it/1iy9TeD

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This campaign ended on November 13, 2013 at 12PM

Stop Killing Brumbies

Killing 7,000 wild horses in Australia is barbaric. Brumbies are awesome, create biodiversity to reverse desertification and deserve to live.

“The global public is outraged that Australia would condone mass killings of wild horses," states Anne Novak, Executive Director of Protect Mustangs in California. "Are they killing off thousands of horses so they can frack the land for oil and natural gas? We ask that the heinous killings cease immediately.” 

Libby Lovegrove, from the group Wild Horses Kimberley, has described aerial culling as a barbaric act of cruelty. . .

“Nobody’s tried to manage them. They’ve just let them breed up and breed up, and then they go out and shoot them. It’s just totally barbaric.”

Lovegrove has also called into question the number of wild horses in the area, telling local media the numbers described by the association were “wildly inflated”.

(Read more: http://horsetalk.co.nz/2013/10/31/aerial-horse-cull-kimberley-region-australia/#ixzz2jFXuZnui and here: http://protectmustangs.org/?p=5394 )

We request an immediate moratorium on the Australian Brumby killings, assurance the brumbies will be treated humanely and we encourage eco-tourism because people around the would love wild horses.

(Brumbies Photo © Tony Marsh)

  • Need help to spread awareness to prevent more Brumby massacres!

    November 11, 2013
    Dear Animal lover,

    Please share this widely, asking your friends and family to join this Thunderclap otherwise we will fail the 7000 wild horses who were brutally killed, fail the babies who were left to die without mamas . . .

    We are at only 67% and have less than 2 days to make this happen-- to honor the 7000 wild horses in Australia who were shot and massacred and PREVENT this from happening again.

    They want to keep the Australian people and the world in the dark about their gruesome aerial kills clearing the way for uranium mining and fracking the largest natural gas deposit outside the United States (think GASLAND destruction).

    They don't have any management plans they just want to kill more Brumbies. 7000 wasn't enough for these barbarians . . .

    Together we can shout out the truth and shed the light in the darkness.

    You can make a difference and help save the world's wild horses right now!

    Many blessings,
    Anne Novak

    www.ProtectMustangs.org


  • Need more support! 1034 have signed the Petition to Stop Killing the Brumbies

    November 3, 2013
    Hello and thank you so much for your help to stop the massacre of 6000 Australian wild horses (Brumbies).

    Please tell your friends about this important Thunderclap!!! We only have 10 days left to get a total of 250 people on board to make a wave of thunder shouting out "Stop Killing the Brumbies!". Please help recruit your friends to join this action by clicking here: https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/6098-stop-killing-brumbies?locale=en

    Please sign & share the petition: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/258/184/025/stop-killing-the-brumbies/#

    Follow Protect Mustangs on Facebook for updates: https://www.facebook.com/ProtectMustangs

    Thank you for doing what you can to save the wild horses from cruel aerial slaughter!!!


    (Photo © Libby Lovegrove, all rights reserved)
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Anne Novak
@TheAnneNovak

I love wild horses.

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