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Celebrities Team Up With The HSUS To Speak Out Against Horse Slaughter

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If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a hundred times: DON’T EAT THE EFFING HORSES!

Representatives from The Humane Society of the United States, along with members of congress and celebrities headed to Capitol Hill yesterday to show their support for the Prevention of Equine Cruelty Act —  a federal bill to prohibit the trafficking in horses for slaughter for human consumption in the United States and the export of horses for this purpose.

The group also called attention to the Bureau of Land Management’s cruel and unnecessary wild horse roundups.

Actors Kelly Carlson and Wendie Malick spoke passionately about their love of horses. Quoting Henry David Thoreau, Malick said, “We need the tonic of wildness.”

While there are currently no operational horse slaughter plants in the United States, tens of thousands of American horses are still being trucked thousands of miles across the border into Mexico and Canada to be brutally slayed.

Want to learn more about this important bill? Visit HSUS.org and find out how you can get involved. Because slaughtering horses for food is never ever cool!

Check out more pictures from the event below!

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    Please join us on our new page. We need everyone to help us fight against horse slaughter!……….https://www.facebook.com/groups/214267118681333/?bookmark_t=group

  • The Turners

    We need more celebrities to speak out against horse slaughter, and the president to take notice. We are running out of time to prevent horse slaughter in the U.S. Call or write your representatives in Washington and ask them to support the American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act, H.R. 2966 and S. 1176.

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