Wednesday, September 9, 2009

To Ease My Heart: Cloud Goes Home

If BLM's actions in the Pryor Moutains touched you, moved you, caused you grief, there is still work to be done. Some suggested actions from Grey Horse Matters:

  • Ask that the older horses slated for removal be released.
  • Ask that this herd be not taken below 150 adult animals to maintain their genetic viability
  • Ask for increased scrutiny of the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro Program. Our wild horses and burros need immediate change
Take Action: Please call President Obama now: 202-456-1111 (or 202-456-9000)and an end to their mismanagement.

After today's disappointing and discouraging post on Fugly, I thought I'd end the day with some images to lift my heart. May they lift yours as well.


Grey Horse Matters said...

Well at least there's that much to be thankful for. Unfortunately, so many others were taken that shouldn't have been. I feel the most sorry for the older mares and stallions who I feel certain no one will adopt. It's just not a fair situation and the BLM knows that by being hard-nosed about this they will not have a good ending.

Lori Skoog said...

This whole thing hurts...and is so hard to deal with.

Amy said...

thanks to you for this blog and all the info. i am so disturbed, horrified and depressed by this. i did contact Pres and my reps. but it does seem the greater good in America - as far as the govt goes -- is only about money. money and big business. what the hell happened to America and our wonderful ideals?