HI YA'LL. Many of our wild horses are being "set up" to cross Highway 50 in Nevada. There apparently is water on one side and LYNN HETTRICK has a Horsey Smorgasbord right across the highway. There had been a portable fence setup to keep them safe and emergency highway signs, but guess what, all that has been taken away.
Gee, just someone trying to get them hit by cars on a highway to "further" the fraudulent need to "round them up". This is a deliberate set up and not only are the horses being lured out onto the highway to get back and forth, but what happens to the children or people in the cars that hit them?
Not a good situation. Please call the bottom number and email the 2 addresses at the bottom. There is enough "horse slaughter" that we are dealing with without having them lured to their death in front of us.
God bless ya'll for helping.
I just now (4:30 pm - Friday) received a call from someone telling me the horses are AGAIN on Highway 50 East, trying to cross back to water after 'feeding on Lynn Hettrick's Smorgasboard!' So, here's what I'm asking ALL OF YOU to do for the wild ones - even you who do not live in our area, nor our state, but are trying to save these wild horses:
Please, make the following calls/emails immediately. It doesn't matter if the office is closed for the weekend. What does matter is if enough people placed these calls and emails, we can LITERALLY CRASH THEIR SYSTEM!!! A portable, self-standing fence was seen surrounding the acreage late last Saturday. On Tuesday, there were no fences surrounding the 'field.' WHY????? Emergency flashing signs were placed last Thursday on Highway 50 East warning drivers this location is where horses are crossing, but the signs were removed on Tuesday. WHY????? (When Nevada Department of Transportation was called on this one, Scott McGruder - head of the department - wasn't even aware the signs had been taken down. WHY???)
EMAILS: "It is your responsibility, as a public servant, , to protect the citizens of Nevada as well as the animals of Nevada. It is not the fault of the wild horses. It is the fault of Lynn Hettrick who selfishly refuses to stop watering his so-called 'pasture.' "
Send this email to:
Governor Jim Gibbons
'cc' the above email to:
Lt. Governor Brian Krolicki
'cc' the above email to:
Then, in making your phone calls, you can say just the same thing above, but can use your own words if you prefer.
PLEASE, PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO DO THIS. OTHERWISE - SURE AS ANYTHING - THESE WILD HORSES, THROUGH NO FAULT OF THEIR OWN, WILL BE ROUNDED UP AND VERY POSSIBLY BE SOLD AT THE MEAT-BUYERS' MARKETS.........!
Thank you one and all, Bonnie