The thanks goes to you
The following is from the American Wild Horse Campaign:
We wanted to say thank you — after this weekend’s New York Times article was published, we have received an outpouring of support for our work.
If you haven’t yet had a chance to read the article from the New York Times uncovering the wild horse-slaughter pipeline that has emerged as a result of the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Adoption Incentive Program (AIP) — you can check it out at the link here.
In coordination with our partners, we spent significant time searching for and accumulating tangible evidence to document the connection between this program and the slaughter of hundreds of cherished wild horses and burros — leading to the New York Times exposé. Your support made this work possible and it will carry us through our efforts to use legal, legislative, and grassroots channels to shut this program down. Can you make a donation today to help us shut down the AIP?
A key part of our research was using our Rescue Fund to help our partners rescue wild horses and burros from kill pens. Not just saving these innocent animal’s lives, but also giving us access to information — including titles and brand numbers — that helped us connect the dots.
Will you make a donation to help us continue to monitor, expose, and shut down the AIP and help its innocent victims?
Now that this story is out, your support is critical. Thousands of America’s wild horses and burros are at risk because of this program and the BLM’s mass roundup plan that is resulting in their slaughter. They need our help.
Please make a donation today to help us put an end to the BLM’s AIP and continue our fight to protect wild horses and burros.
American Wild Horse Campaign
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