WILD HORSE HUB CENTRAL

July 17, 2013
WILD HORSE ANNIE’S LEGACY – CAN WE ACTUALLY BECOME ONE TOGETHER TO REALLY DO WHAT IT TAKES? I POST THIS IN HONOR OR WILD HORSE ANNIE AND HER FEARLESS APPROACH TO WHAT WAS HORROR IN PLAIN SIGHT.
Something is amiss. We know it. We just do not have the authority to see all that is going on with the wild horses and burros. We are scrambling. The rain is falling. My pc hates me; the plumbing is fixed for the next day of work; the phone wire was pulled out of the outside phone box and finally fixed. Somedays, it’s just best to try your best and be satisifed with that. On to the next day when you maybe able to do more. That is why I am posting this one. I really want you to consider just what will happen if we do nothing. If we allow the wild horses to stay in holding facilities. Do you think that the government, under sequestration, will continue to pay these sky rocketing costs? No. There are solutions. I have only ideas. I have the ability to use a computer. I can NOT be on location. It is my hope that using this blog as an outreach to other wild horse advocates that we, ALL OF US, can come together and without fear of who is going to lead (leaders always know that they are actually servants of the entire group anyway), and without fear of each other, who gets the credit or what happens.
Two new blog posts at http://wildhorsehubcentral.blogspot.com/
One includes the video that was made from a news agency, Democracy Now. The newest post is one of the movies from Nature (Nature.org on PBS) and is about Cloud the Stallion, the Ambassador for wild horses world wide. The movie about Cloud is an excellent family series (3 movies in all) and will be educational, fun, and hopefully, you will join us in the efforts to save the wild horses. Visit WILD HORSE HUB CENTRAL on facebook at : http://www.facebook.com;/WildHorseHubCentral . There you can ask questions and learn how to become invloved. We support ALL wild horse advocates and groups through providing an infomation hub for around the world. You are welcome to join us, ask questions, share information, and help (or just enjoy the educational aspects) do what ever is best for you to do. We are looking for organizors to coordinate efforts: We need someone to 1) Gather advocate groups in one central location (or via skype) 2) Gather wild horse advocates to support these groups by names and email addresses 3) We need to vote on a board for these groups 3)We need to make decisions on the solutions to the problems of the nearly 50 thousand wild horses in holding facilities 4) We need to contact senators and ask them to allow the wild horses to be transfered to states that have reserve areas that are adaptable for wild horses 5) We need to transfer these wild horses to the states that have reserve areas 6) We need to make sure advocates, professional and experts (including volunteers), can take care of these wild horses in their wild reserve habitats 7) We need to ask that these indigenous wild horses are put under the groups care and with protection and including fines and prison sentences for harming, harassing, or killing wild horses (this has to include burros). Under the existing law, Wild Horse and Burro Protection of 1971, this could be ammended to include specific legal qualifications to operate such an endeavor. 8) We have to stay together!!! 9) All solutions must be made by vote of the advocates registered with the group and the board’s constant decisions must be allowed to approve and deligate any and all necessary needs, qualifying professionals and experts and volunteers 10) Support groups must be made for these board members. If you think that this is a solution, please let us know on facebook. Your ideas are welcomed and appreciated.

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