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Image and Ember’s mountain family need YOUR voice

February 17, 2011

Cloud on his mountain top home

The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board is holding a meeting on March 10 -11 in Phoenix, Arizona to discuss their proposed new wild horse and burro management strategy.  This is an excellent opportunity for the public to voice their thoughts and opinions on how our wild horses and burros are being managed on our public lands.  Here is a link with more detailed information on time and place, etc.

Please watch this congressional appeal to halt the roundups by The Cloud Foundation’s founder Ginger Kathrens.  If you are not familiar with how the BLM conducts their round ups to remove wild horses off of our public lands, this will be a huge eye-opener for you.  It is not easy to watch.

(Special thanks to Carl Mrozek, Laura Leigh, Elyse Gardner, Carol Walker, Pam Nickoles, and Deniz Bolbol for helping supply additional footage and photos for this video.)

If you are not able to attend the meetings, they are accepting electronic comments through their website.

Or you can mail your comments to:

National Wild Horse and Burro Program, WO-260

Attention: Ramona DeLorme
1340 Financial Blvd
Reno, NV 89502

I urge all of you to stand up and be the voice for our wild horses.  If we do not speak up for them, no one will.  They are symbols of the freedom we enjoy every day right here in this great nation.  Please take a moment of your time to let the Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board know how you feel and especially if you have any suggestions for how they can better manage our wild horses and burros on our public lands.  This is our hard earned tax dollars at work.  You have every right to voice your thoughts and opinions.  There are better ways of managing these amazing animals without causing the kind of stress and trauma that their current method of round ups do.  And why are they removing so many wild horse and burros off of our land?  There is absolutely no reason to remove so many horses from their homelands.

Image and Ember

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3 comments

  1. DEAR DEB, (3/16/11) UNFORTUNATELY DID NOT SEE THE NEW ENTRY ABOUT IMAGE AND EMBER UNTIL TONITE; ANOTHER INCREDIBLE TESTIMONY TO OUR LORD AND SAVIOR! WHAT A BLESSING THAT YOU ARE THE ONE MONITORING THE HORSES. I EXPRESS MY SINCERE THOUGHTS TO YOU ABOUT YOUR LOSS OF SHY ANN. I HAVE BEEN THERE WITH A BELOVED 19-YR. OLD PET OF MINE LAST EASTER SAT., THO HE DIED DURING AT HOME.

    YOUR PICTURES AND ARTICLES ARE AMAZING AND ARE OBVIOUSLY A BLESSING FROM ABOVE. I LOOK FORWARD TO THEM. I, TOO, WOULD BE LOST WITHOUT OUR SAVIOR.

    THANK YOU.

    CINDY (N.J.)


  2. The BLM needs to stop taking this beautiful animals from their natural habitat. There isnt many of them left and I wouldnt take it if they removed part of Cloud’s herd again. Cloud’s daughter Rain almost died in 2009 during the roundup. The BLM needs to leave the wild horses and burros alone


  3. Debbie,
    How positively delightful it is to see your photos of Ember, Image and the others on your ranch. They are absolutely gorgeous. I’m afraid I’ve missed the opportunity to advocate for the wild horses and against the cruel way they are rounded up. I will write a letter anyway despite missing the meeting in March. Thank you for all that you and your friends are doing to help save these precious animals. Sincerely, Veronica



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