Originally Posted by Deb
(No, it may not stop the over-breeding. But it does contribute.- Harlee rides horses)
Do you realize that in those two sentences you have just agreed with me? Having an easy out, an easy way to get rid of unwanted horses encourages overbreeding.
If outlawing slaughter contributes to fewer people breeding just any old horse they have, there will be fewer horses in the market place. It therefore seems that with fewer horses, wherever there is a case of abuse, there is more likely to be a rescue operation that can take them when they do show up.
Fist off, no I didn't. What would possibly between those 2 sentences make you think I was agreeing with you. I said it contributes, maybe you misunderstood me, I meant it contributes to the control of it. As in it decreases it.
They have gotten rid of the slaughter houses, do you see people caring anymore about stopping breeding? No, people are too **** ignorant to realize or care.