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Humane Society of the US Asks for Calls Today to U.S. Senate to Save Horses!

Thanks to Leeann, furmom to Dahlila, Cinco, Lizzie, Blacky (In loving memory), Maxamillion, Buddy, Kali, Dewey and Sparky for reminding us all to keep other...

Joy  |  Dec 5th 2006


Wild horses

Thanks to Leeann, furmom to Dahlila, Cinco, Lizzie, Blacky (In loving memory), Maxamillion, Buddy, Kali, Dewey and Sparky for reminding us all to keep other species such as horses in mind! HSUS is calling for as many people as possible to call and ask their Senators to support S. 1915, the American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act.

NATIONAL CALL-IN DAY FOR HORSES IS TODAY! PLEASE CALL THE U.S.SENATE NOW!

As the U.S. Senate returns to work in Washington today, it is time to make your voices heard so that American horses will be
saved from slaughter once and for all.

Here’s what you can do to help:

1. Make the call Dec. 5. Call your two current U.S.Senators by calling the Congressional switchboard at (202) 224-3121. If you’re notsure what to say, try this: “I am a constituent and I am callingto ask that the Senator immediately protect our horses from slaughter and cosponsor S. 1915, the American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act. I am very concerned about American horses and I don’t want them slaughtered.”

2. Let us know you called. Follow up your phone calls by letting us know you called to support the end of horse slaughter in the United States. Click here to help push the Call-In Day counter into the tens of thousands by letting us know you called:

Help tens of thousands of Americans reach the Senate by telling everyone you know to call their Senators today!

Your calls will not only make a difference, they will help make history. Help us end horse slaughter in the United States
forever.

Sincerely,

Wayne Pacelle
President & CEO
The Humane Society of the United States

P.S. Check our home page this afternoon (1 p.m. EST) for exclusive new video of the HSUS investigation into the horrors
of the hidden horse slaughter industry in this country and just over the borders in Canada and Mexico.