“I take personal responsibility for my once wild, domestic partners,” states Ginger Kathrens, Executive Director of TCF. “Once they have no quality of life, it will be my decision to end their lives with dignity and as painlessly as possible.”
Kathrens has four mustangs, Flint, Sky, Trace, and Cloud’s little brother, Sax whom she co-owns with Ann Evans.
The Cloud Foundation is aware that the majority of the horses being slaughtered are domestic. But, we are also aware that many mustangs have met their end in this cruel manner. We urge you to contact the White House and express your views on this issue.
“Mustangs are terribly vulnerable when they are removed from the range.“ adds Kathrens. “I have always said, and I deeply believe, that wild horses are safest living in freedom on the range with their families.”
Links of interest:
Contact the White House – http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact
Equine Welfare Alliance – http://www.equinewelfarealliance.org
Straight from the Horse’s Mouth, R.T. Fitch – http://rtfitch.wordpress.com
Front Range Equine Rescue – http://www.frontrangeequinerescue.org/