Again, this year I've donated my birthday wish to the Angel Acres Hay Drive. Click HERE to see my birthday wish!
PLEASE help if you can - Hay is our #1 expense - we feed A LOT of hay! Remember NO donation is too small!
Hay can literally mean the difference between life and death for a horse. Starving horses need it to begin their recovery after rescue, healthy horses need it to maintain good health and even older horses who may get senior feed need hay too.
If we could have one wish, it would be for the hay fairy to bring us a big ole load of hay! But, since we don't have an in with the hay fairy, we are asking the Angel Acres Gang to consider making a donation - no amount is too small or too large - to help us get this seasons hay!
How Important Is It Really?
Your donation of as little as $10 can help us get the hay we need for the season, helping us to make the life of a once slaughter bound, neglected or abused horse just a little bit brighter.
The horses at Angel Acresknow EXACTLY when breakfast, lunch, midday snacks and dinner are served and boy oh boy do they let us know if we are late!!! Help us keep these ladies and gentleman happy and healthy and make a donation to our hay fund today!
Some folks asked about PayPal - we do have a paypal addy - firstname.lastname@example.org is our paypal address.
Also...if you have extra hay from last season and would like to donate it to our gang, please email meand we can arrange to have it picked up quickly!
Thank you for taking the time to read this email and please share with others and help us get the word out about our hay drive!
Media Alert: Media Contact: Fran Burns April 3, 2012 email@example.com 410 340 7676 Angel Acres Horse Haven Rescue Anti Horse Slaughter Billboards
Glenville, PA - Angel Acres Horse Haven Rescue (www.saveahorsenow.org) is pleased to announce that the newest billboard in their campaign to educate the U.S. public about horse slaughter has gone up in Oklahoma City, OK. The billboard guides the reader to its companion websitewww.stopslaughteringus.com which provides up to date factual information regarding horse slaughter.
According to the USDA, exactly 133,241 U.S. horses were sent to slaughter last year. These horses are transported to Mexico and Canada in double decker trailers for slaughter and the meat is shipped to Europe for human consumption. This board was sponsored by Simone Netherlands, Director of Respect 4 horses, in cooperation with the Documentary Saving Americas Horses and Wild Horse Freedom Federation.
“Good riddance,” says Simone Netherlands. “We collectively suggest that they take their deceptive name, their deceptive propaganda and their deceptive agenda far away and go pretend that they care about horses and horse people somewhere else.”
Jo Deibel, Founder and Director of Angel Acres, noted “We are thrilled to have this board sponsored by several boots on the ground horse advocates. All are working towards the common goal of exposing the dirty business of horse slaughter to the American public. No matter what pro slaughter folks call it i.e. rendering, processing, harvesting or whatever sanitized word they choose to use, Horse Slaughter Is NOT Humane Euthanasia.”