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Goal: 75,000 Progress: 53,959
Sponsored by: The Animal Rescue Site

Nevada's Bureau of Land Management plans to herd a large group of mustangs out of their peaceful habitat—a practice that is responsible for the senseless injuries and deaths of thousands of these wild and beautiful creatures.

You can help the horses remain in their natural environment. Tell the BLM to put an end to their roundups, allowing the horses to run free where they belong.

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Dear Bob Abbey,

As a concerned citizen, I am writing to inform you of my outrage at the Bureau of Land Management's horse roundups in Nevada. The BLM has claimed that these roundups are necessary to sustainably manage the mustang population and protect the environment. However, the herding you are doing in the Twin Peaks area is inhumane and cruel.

Your agency's harrowing tactics unnecessarily injure and kill innocent mustangs each time you conduct a roundup, and with record-low mustang adoption rates, the horses that are captured face a lifetime of confinement in overcrowded shelters.

It's your job as experts in this industry to develop population control methods that do not directly harm living animals. Regulating the 3-4 million grazing cattle and sheep on BLM lands would be more productive than essentially jailing some of our 27,000 remaining mustangs for life. Effective and humane techniques, such as a contraceptive PZP vaccine, are available and proven options.

Please put these noble animals first, and put an end to unnecessary and harmful roundups. The Twin Peaks mustangs should remain in their rightful habitat.

Thank you for your time.

Petition Signatures

Mar 23, 2018 Kimberly Wong-Hyde
Mar 23, 2018 midori shintani
Mar 23, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Mar 22, 2018 jeanne hobert
Mar 22, 2018 Angela Passetti
Mar 21, 2018 Pam Smyth
Mar 20, 2018 Lesley Adamson These roundups are cruel to the horses. Other methods can be used to limit the population.
Mar 19, 2018 Natasha Moore
Mar 19, 2018 Danielle Autullo
Mar 19, 2018 Maria R. Gomez
Mar 18, 2018 carri perani-welsh
Mar 18, 2018 Gloria Navan These magnificent creatures are part of our heritage. This is a reprehensible way to treat them.
Mar 18, 2018 Crystal Wingert
Mar 18, 2018 Sandra Clark
Mar 18, 2018 Sharon McCarson
Mar 18, 2018 David Young
Mar 18, 2018 Claudia Schulz
Mar 17, 2018 Mary Lyda
Mar 17, 2018 Brenda Choi
Mar 17, 2018 Kimberly Carignan
Mar 17, 2018 Suzanne Lenhart
Mar 17, 2018 Louise Broderick
Mar 17, 2018 Chris Laneave
Mar 17, 2018 Christine Brazzell
Mar 16, 2018 Joan Heezen
Mar 16, 2018 Susan Hodgson
Mar 16, 2018 Janie Anderson so wrong
Mar 15, 2018 Angela Danzik
Mar 15, 2018 Emma Le
Mar 15, 2018 Martine TRACQUI
Mar 15, 2018 hEATHER Knowles
Mar 15, 2018 susan shawket Your greed has no bounds. STOP the dreadful slaughter.
Mar 15, 2018 Yvonne Autie Treat these animals with respect & do not use cruel means when there are kinder alternatives
Mar 15, 2018 Lourdes Almenara
Mar 15, 2018 michele gangemi
Mar 15, 2018 Ghislaine CHAMPION-AMAR
Mar 15, 2018 Angie Lambert
Mar 14, 2018 Lisa Delabre
Mar 13, 2018 Alicia Watson
Mar 12, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Mar 12, 2018 Kim DelMonico
Mar 12, 2018 brigitte forster
Mar 10, 2018 Dena Shelangoski
Mar 10, 2018 Alicia Orr
Mar 10, 2018 Aness Jack
Mar 10, 2018 Ani Tsultrim Wangmo
Mar 9, 2018 Christina Giometti Cunha
Mar 9, 2018 Susan Fontanes
Mar 9, 2018 Stefanie Gibbs
Mar 9, 2018 Melissa Novak

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