Action Alerts

Ask the NY ASPCA to Protect Carriage Horses
Ask the ASPCA to enforce the laws to protect horse-drawn carriage horses in New York City.
Pass this information along to anyone you know who may be visiting New York City. Ask them not to support this cruel and inhumane tradition.
This is not just a NYC issue. There are campaigns sprouting up all around the world. Attend Carriage Horse Protests if they are happening in your own city.

Talking Points
ASPCA has routinely allowed the carriage horse drivers to operate in violation of the law mandating that the horses not work in above 90 degree weather. And the ASPCA does not demand that injured horses be relieved from pulling carriages. Sending horses to the stables on protest days is not fooling anyone.

CONTACT:
Ed Sayres
President & CEO
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA)
424 E. 92nd St
New York, NY 10128-6804
phone (212) 876-7700 ext 4603
email:   Ed_Sayres/Aspca@Aspca.org

Ed’s secretary, Christine
phone (212) 876-7700 ext 4600

Visit Campaigns to Stop Horse-Drawn Carriages for more information.

Ask Congress to End the Military’s War on Animals, Support H.R. 4269, the BEST Practices Act
Thousands of live animals are shot, stabbed, dismembered, burned, and poisoned every year in U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) training exercises designed to train medics and members of the infantry how to treat human battlefield injuries.
After more than a year of filing complaints with the DoD and military bases over the cruel and deadly use of live animals in trauma and chemical casualty training exercises, legislation—H.R. 4269, the BEST Practices Act—has been introduced to gradually replace the horrific use of animals in military training with modern, sophisticated non-animal methods, such as high-tech human patient simulators.
Please contact your Congressional representative asking him or her to support legislation that would phase out the use of animals in military medical training courses.
Make direct contact:

Contact your U.S. Representative
Contact your U.S. Senators

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