- It took a long time for wild horse Annie to help save the mustangs, and they are still at risk in the US and almost extinct in Canada. It took almost 2Message 1 of 3 , Nov 9, 2007View SourceIt took a long time for 'wild horse Annie' to help save the mustangs, and they are still at risk in the US and almost extinct in Canada.It took almost 2 decades to totally shut down slaughter for human consumption in the states.If Bill s 311 passes in the states, and it looks good right now, we will have a better time of things in Canada.Nothing will happen overnight.Also, many confuse abuse with slaughter.Abuse will continue because some people are stupid.Everyone doing alittle part will help the horses.Helping rescues that have already saved horses , also helps horses. Looking after a horse is expensive, looking after a starved or injured horse even more so.Taking the horse from a slaughter auction is one step, there is a whole staircase after that.----- Original Message -----From: Sinikka CroslandSent: Friday, November 09, 2007 12:58 AMSubject: [abolishhorseslaughtercanada] Re:OverwhelmedI live in Westbank, B.C., Lou. Great to have you join up.Often people just don't want to know the truth because 1)it might hurt, and 2)if it hurts too much, their conscience will call upon them to do something about the situation. And that kind of a decision could be costly in terms of time, energy, and emotional turmoil.I am so grateful for those special people (Lou and everyone else on this forum) who are busy fighting the good fight for the horses!Sinikka
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