Wild Horse Robin by Cynthia Smalley Photography.

116,000 sign girl’s petition on BLM sale of wild horses to slaughter

Wild Horse Robin by Cynthia Smalley Photography.
PHOTO CREDIT: CYNTHIA SMALLEY PHOTOGRAPHY.
Robin Warren has collected 116,000 signatures and counting on her petition regarding the BLM sale of wild horses to slaughter.

WRITTEN BY MARK ROBISON

Cross-posted from the Reno Gazette-Journal

Robin Warren, an 11-year-old from Las Vegas, and her mother launched a petition urging the Bureau of Land Management to protect wild horses and stop selling them to advocates of horse slaughter. At last count, about 116,000 people have signed the petition — you can sign it here.

A Change.org Press Release states in part:

“I love wild horses,” said Robin Warren, who just entered sixth grade. “When my mom and I read about them being taken from the range by the Bureau of Land Management and sold to people who support horse slaughter, I had to do something.”

Robin and her mother started the campaign after reading a recent article published on ProPublica.org about Tom Davis, a horse slaughter proponent who has purchased hundreds of horses from the Bureau of Land Management – some for as little as $10. According to the article, the Bureau of Land Management cannot account for those horses’ whereabouts.

Robin’s dedication to protecting wild horses has earned her the nickname “Wild Mustang Robin.” Earlier this year, she launched the Youths’ Equine Alliance (YEA) with two other children fighting to stop the round-up and slaughter of America’s equines.

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8 thoughts on “116,000 sign girl’s petition on BLM sale of wild horses to slaughter”

  1. Thanks for your great blog. Not only is it informative, but you always leave a way for the reader to respond. Thanks for always including email addresses, petitions, phone numbers, etc. You have a gift and I thank you for it!

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  2. I SUGGEST SENDING A COPY OF THIS PETITION TO SENATOR ISSAC OF CALIFORNIA. IT MAY HELP MORE THAN YOU KNOW.

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