The Burr-Tillis Amend. # 3175 to S. 2012- Corolla Wild Horses Protection Act

 
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WHAT YOU CAN DO.

HURRY CONTACT YOUR SENATORS – URGE THEM TO VOTE YES.

Your U.S. senators will vote at any moment on a measure to protect North Carolina’s free-roaming wild horses—and these majestic animals urgently need your voice.

The Burr-Tillis Amendment would protect the Corolla wild horses of the Outer Banks by ensuring their herd maintains at least 110 horses, the size necessary to survive a disease outbreak, natural disaster or other threat. Current policy caps the maximum number of horses at 60—a population far too low to ensure their genetic health.

There is no time to lose: The Senate could vote on this provision as early as tomorrow! It is critical that your senators hear from you today in order to protect these horses for generations to come.

 

What You Can Do

Please don’t delay! Even if you have done so before, visit the ASPCA Advocacy Center now to contact your senators and urge them to vote YES on the Burr-Tillis Amendment to protect free-roaming horses.

Thank you, America!


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