"Horses Dream Of Being Trained The Way A Donkey Demands To Be Trained" Melody Johnson

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Save The Wild Horses and Burros (donkeys) From Slaughter Extinction


Select 1971 Bill  Protects Wild Burros (donkeys) and horses

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Select USA WILD EQUINE BILL

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Warning this video is horrific abuse and not for the eyes of a child. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=qA7woqDSdHo

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Urgent Action Needed: Stop Horse Slaughter in Senate Appropriations

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Senate Appropriations Members

  • Alabama: Richard Shelby (202) 224-5744
  • Alaska: Lisa Murkowski (202)-224-6665
  • Arkansas: John Boozman (202) 224-4843
  • California: Dianne Feinstein (202) 224-3841
  • Connecticut: Chris Murphy (202) 224-4041
  • Delaware: Chris Coons (202) 224-5042
  • Florida: Marco Rubio (202) 224-3041
  • Hawaii: Brian Schatz (202) 224-3934
  • Illinois: Richard Durbin (202) 224-2152
  • Kansas: Jerry Moran (202) 224-6521
  • Kentucky: Mitch McConnell (202) 224-2541
  • Louisiana: John Kennedy (202) 228-0447
  • Maine: Susan Collins (202) 224-2523
  • Maryland: Chris Van Hollen (202) 224-4654
  • Mississippi: Thad Cochran (202) 224-5054
  • Missouri: Roy Blunt (202) 224-5721
  • Montana: Steve Daines & Jon Tester (202) 224-2651 and (202) 224-2644
  • New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen (202) 224-2841
  • New Mexico: Tom Udall (202) 224-6621
  • North Dakota: John Hoeven (202) 224-2551
  • Oklahoma: James Lankford (202) 224-5754
  • Oregon: Jeff Merkley 202) 224-3753
  • Rhode Island: Jack Reed (202) 224-4642
  • South Carolina: Lindsey Graham (202) 224-5972
  • Tennessee: Lamar Alexander (202) 224-4944
  • Vermont: Patrick Leahy (202) 224-4242
  • Washington: Patty Murray (202) 224-2621
  • West Virginia: Joe Manchin & Shelley Moore Capito (202) 224-3954 and 202-224-6472
  • Wisconsin: Tammy Baldwin 202-224-5653

Resource: Tuesday Horse – NO TIME TO LET UP

Resource: Slaughter Horses Who Voted?

Remember united we can make a difference. Please be the voice for the wild horses and donkeys they deserve to live protected and run free.

God bless you and your family two and four-legged!

Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC

WWW.DONKEYWHISPERER.COM

Wild Donkeys


IN THE WILD

Today we hold in our hearts and in our thoughts the last of the Wild Burros of the Western United States. It is estimated that only 8000 genetically pure wild burros remain in five States. An icon of the wild west and a keystone species of the desert, America would not be what it is today without the Wild Burro.

Please, when possible, be a voice against the systematic destruction of these beautiful creatures by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and please send your prayers.

This photo was taken in 2016 of a wild jenny and her foal at Alamo Lake State Park, Arizona.

Thank you,
Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC

Source: Kelly Probst

Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC

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Donkeys Feel Deeply


PLEASE REMEMBER!

Dear donkey lovers and friends,

Please do not forget that donkeys are not horses! One of the most profound differences between donkeys and horses is donkeys are extremely stoic and do not express fear, pain, agitation, anger or depression overtly.

We have seen donkeys standing off alone, appearing to rest, later to discover they were deathly ill. We have seen donkeys scared to death standing completely still, not moving, riveted in fear. We have observed donkeys being abused by humans without running away or fighting back.

On one hand this attribute of donkey personality is a plus, they make great trail and pack animals because they are not prone to moods, aggression and flight behavior. They would rather freeze, think about a situation and then move forward cautiously. But this same reflective, stoic behavior can be misunderstood.

Donkeys feel deeply. Donkeys feel the same pain, hurt, betrayal, fear, anger and depression that all living beings experience. They just respond and react differently. Please know the warning signs of a donkey that could be in physical or emotional distress:

1. They are standing alone outside the herd. Donkeys are not loners, they are herd animals!

2. They are lying down frequently or for long periods of time. Donkeys rarely roll or thrash about when in pain.

3. They are off food, even for one meal.

4. They are walking slowly, tenderly, leery of striding out.

5. Their eyes are sullen, depressed and their ears are down.

6. They have lost interest, enthusiasm for food, you or their friends/partners.

7. They are frozen and will not move when asked. This can be misunderstood to be stubbornness, but it is frequently fear of their environment, circumstance or mistrust for the person who is leading them or in charge of their welfare.

8. If you notice a human mistreating or abusing a donkey you will likely notice the donkey BEARING the pain and humiliation. Please intervene if possible!

Please observe your donkey/donkeys everyday for any of these signs. Only YOU truly know your donkey. Any change in behavior should be a red flag!

Thank you!

Source: Kelly Probst

GOD Bless You And Your Family Two And Four-Legged!

Melody & Scott Johnson

Ural Owl In Pine Tree — TPJphoto.net


Very stubborn owl. For the longest time he would not move. Free exercise and feeding are part of this owls routine. Part of a breeding program. I just photograph these guys so I wasn’t sure why he would come back down at all. I found out the answer is simple, easy chicken. There are some other […]

via Ural Owl In Pine Tree — TPJphoto.net

Source: https://tpjphoto.net/category/wildlife/

Source: https://belindagroverphotography.com/2016/12/18/barred-owls-two-photographs/

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