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Review for International Society For The Protection Of Mustangs & Burros, Rapid City, SD, USA

Rating: 1 stars  

You are clearly in over your head and waited until it was too late to ask for help. For you to allow constant breeding, insufficient care, and allow these majestic horses to starve is criminal in every sense of the word. The letter you wrote is appalling to myself and every other advocate fighting for the American Icons. To attempt blame on the public for not financially supporting something you took responsibility for is outrageous at best. It was you who envisioned this task and something you should clearly know is that you cannot and never should rely on donations alone. You have no business attempting to tackle something so large as there was no plan in place, nothing, nil, zero, and only the horses have suffered. It is time that you step down and your board to step up to the plate. Not one person owes you a dime, not one person owes you anything. You had an opportunity to speak out and ask for help months ago, but you chose to wait until these beloved animals suffered and perished, from starvation, grotesque hoof issues and and you even allowed the starvation of babies. How dare you!!! The numbers you stated in your letter do not even make sense, let alone and yet you even bring up the fact that you will launch an even larger campaign for more property. Dear God, please stop!!! Who is responsible for all of your accounting, planning and future demand of care? I pray that people are smart enough to not give another dime to you, but instead donate hay directly. I also pray that law enforcement charges you to the fullest extent of the law. Due to your horrible decision making and misuse of funds, the horses have suffered. You need to be asking for people to step up and take in horses instead of putting money into your incompetent hands. You can no longer be trusted to make the best decisions on behalf of those who you were supposed to be a voice for.

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