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    02-07-2010, 12:46 AM
Originally Posted by MrsX    
I work at an animal sanctuary and week after week I see horses coming in horses with great potential that people couldn't be bother with I don't understand why these people leave these horses to die and make excuses when they are caught because clearly most of them tend to be lies I have seen horses with ribs prutruding the back end looking like a cows and back has dropped in had so much muscle loss there heart has been effected why can people not understand if you get a horse it's not acceptable to let it get to such a state that it can barely hold itself up. Races horses come in imported from America worth hunderds of thousands of pound bred by amazing racehorses for example Secretariat it disgust me!
I know it is really, really sad. It's horrible. That's why I've created an Anti-Horse Abuse website that donates to different horse funds and is totally free to sign up for. Every time we get a new free member, we donate $1 to a reputable horse fund out of our own pockets. Maybe you guys would like to be part of a free, anti-cruelty site?

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