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Pledge “protecthorses”

"I will get this to the PM and show him we will not stand for horse slaughtering in the UK but only if 100 or more other caring people will do the same."

— Julia Donald

Deadline to sign up by: 1st August 2007
122 people signed up (22 over target)

Country: United Kingdom

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  • You don't even want to know how they get HRT.....
    http://www.britishhorseslaughter.org/pag...
    Julia Donald, 15 years ago. Abusive? Report it!
  • Please make a difference.
    Victoria Shepherd, 15 years ago. Abusive? Report it!
  • I support what your trying to do, but honestly that picture is just not what people want to see.
    Peter Lucas, 15 years ago. Abusive? Report it!
  • That is exactly why it is there, sometime you have to see things you don't like to understand exactly why it is so important. Trust me I could of put a lot worse up there....
    Julia Donald, 15 years ago. Abusive? Report it!
  • Exactly Julia, well done for such a patition..We can make a differance..We will make a differance..You have my whole hearted support...
  • I appreciate what you are trying to do but what is the alternative??? Will horses have to travel for miles and miles to go to slaughter houses abroad, being stressed, with no food or water and where standards aren't as good as they are in our slaughter houses. Think it through.
  • Agreed that is not a suitable option, but in all honesty I do not see why the horses should be subject to either! This is just a small move to try and make the PM see that we will not sit back and ignore animal cruelty in this way! Ban hunting on the ground of cruelty yet this is allowed to carry on.....
    Julia Donald, 14 years ago. Abusive? Report it!
  • It is not a small move. It is just doing an Ostrich, bury your head and let it happen in another country. Campaigning directly against the cruelty in this country - i.e., as humane slaughter practices as possible would be more productive for the horses themselves and other cattle subjected to such deaths.
  • Dear Julia,

    I had a look at your website courtesy of the pledge site and that to promote your campaign is going to take a lot of money, and I have an idea for your consideration that could raise a lot of money for you and your campaign on an ongoing and escalating basis. Very much people supporting you as they spend.

    If you would like details then please come back to me.

    Greg
    Greg Walker, 14 years ago. Abusive? Report it!
  • Gina Loxam i feel that you need to consider the fact that the government has put a TEMPORY ban on live exportation of horses abroard for slaughter. Surely if we show that we will not stand for slaughter in any way shape or form they will make the ban PERMENANT?
    I understand that slaughter houses are needed, but the cruelty that the poor animals are subjected to whilst in the slaughter houses is unacceptable.
    Maybe if the government recognise that people are not happy with the current methods of slaughter, they will do something about the cruelty even if a total ban is not able to happen.
    Victoria Shepherd, 14 years ago. Abusive? Report it!
  • Why is it almost entirely women that have signed this pledge? It's an interesting phenomenon is it not?
    Max Wurr, 14 years ago. Abusive? Report it!
  • Horse meat is one of the most healthy meats available on the market the industry is regulated by consumate prophesionals who enforce the law unconditionaly animal welfare is of the highest degree in horse slaughterhouses there death is swift and quick I have never seen more than one shot used to despatch an animal as for the dressing process that is shown in the top picture this demonstraits absolutly no cruelty what so ever as the animal is brain dead at that point and part of owning an animal is knowing that some day you will need to make the ultimate decision its your choice how you do it and many owners chose the market place where there horese or pets run the risk of being baught by the slaughter traid lets get real horses don't live forever and disposal is an enevitable end if you don't want your pet going to the slaughterhouse have it put down in your stable and pay for it to be incinerated
    Tim Hobbs, 14 years ago. Abusive? Report it!
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Current signatories (Green text = they've done it)

Julia Donald, the Pledge Creator, joined by:

  • kate allen
  • Francesca Judge
  • sandi allen
  • linda heather
  • susan robinson
  • michelle dean
  • Dominique Brinkley
  • k l hodge
  • Leslie
  • Amanda Taylor
  • emily whittaker
  • JAde Cannon
  • No name
  • Samantha Vass
  • phillipa hill
  • Victoria Shepherd
  • Connie Challender
  • Ann Shepherd
  • kelly wheatley
  • kayleigh nicholls
  • Sarah Green
  • lisa brierley
  • Sam Harvey
  • Michelle McAngus
  • Michelle Prentice
  • Faith Crompton
  • Anna Shaw
  • emily pearce
  • Emily Symon
  • beth price
  • Louise Brocklesby
  • amber
  • Morevain Martin
  • Di Leslie-Veal
  • Kate Harrison
  • Caz Davies
  • Sandra Jedrej
  • abigail brooks-daw
  • Laura
  • liz gravell
  • Sally M
  • Inez Ingham
  • Charlotte Munday
  • Laura Stuart
  • Lucy Williams
  • JUNE STAGG
  • Louise maria Rowson
  • owen
  • C BRIMFIELD
  • Raymond Harrison
  • Katie Smith
  • Annie Rainbow
  • Victoria Pyne-Barham
  • Francesca Tudor Whelan
  • Gaynor Evans
  • ceri williams
  • Cynthia Bassett
  • kelly madsen
  • Pat Finlayson
  • Francesca Jackson
  • louise
  • Emma Jewell
  • natalie gravell
  • Rachel Walker
  • Neil Janman
  • Madeleine Anderson
  • Christine Bunton
  • Rebecca Miles
  • kate
  • Melanie
  • Jennifer Clark
  • James Baker
  • Mary Kearns
  • jane card
  • Anabella Pender
  • Kit Byatt
  • sam morris
  • Hallie Worthington
  • Sam Evans
  • Alessandra Savoca
  • George Dutton
  • Stephen Gates
  • audrey patterson
  • emma fleming
  • Ceri Morrison
  • becci hodkinson
  • Jennifer Rodger
  • Lucie
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  • Nicola Gothard
  • Alison Haynes
  • Sally Lancashire
  • Laura M.
  • lisa salazar
  • Laura Ramsey
  • charlotte harrison
  • Rose Bellamy
  • Stephen Greenacre
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