Re: [The REAL PETA] Animals in need
- I see hay sitting out all over but is still good to feed cows. How can you be sure the cows should be 300lbs heavier? Cows eat all the time. That is what they do they graze. When they rest they chew cud.
iluvhosses <jjfritz@...> wrote:
I am sure the hay is moldy - It has sat out open in all kinds of
weather all year. The cows should be at least 300 lbs heavier and
are always picking in a field that has no grass.
I have a horse and have had animals all my life. I know when animals
are not being treated correctly.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, BEN MILLER <benhmiller@...> wrote:
> Are you sure the hay is moldy or just discolored? Do yuo think the
owner does not worry about their animals? Sick animals will cost them
more money so it is in their best interests to keep them heathy.
> iluvhosses <jjfritz@...> wrote:
> Could someone give me some direction on how I could help
> cows/horses/pigs? I have been trying for 2 years to get these
> help. I have contacted my local SPCA only to be told they can't do
> If the cows are fed, they are fed hay that is so moldy it is black.
> The poor pigs stand in knee high slop in this weather! I live in PA
> and right now it is rainy and 35 degrees. They have 2 horses that
> in slop and manure and are probably fed the same hay if they get
> No one seems to care about these animals except me!
> Thank you
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