I think that it's OK to say that you don't agree with slaughter without providing a business plan to support its eradication. Of course if we could stop all the insane breeding that is going on that might be a good start. Ah your next statement will be how can that be done... well we could have licensed breeding farms that operate under legislation and that way there is regulation that prevents over breeding and it could also ensure that farms are providing adequate care. That might be a good start. Other countries are doing this already and it seems to be working. For instance the UK has a system that prevents non food horses from going to slaughter. I think that is a good idea for two reasons: breeders of companion animals would never want to see a horse of theirs going to slaughter. Second horses that have been raised for companions are likely to have had ivermectin, bute or several other drugs which actually never leave the body and are known carcinogens. Bon appetite! There are many other good studies that show the impact that horse slaughter houses have on communities. Not to mention the type of people involved in the industry as a whole. Many stellar individuals I might add.
So if someone wants to say how awful it is then why not - sheesh.