I was busy working on a post about a wonderful Paris blog when my Google Reader indicated a new post by Equine Rescue France.
I took a second to take a quick look and then, after a bit of thought, decided to create an ad-hoc post here to bring it to your attention.
I will warn you that some of the images on the Equine Rescue France site are quite disturbing but I do believe that they, and the work that Equine Rescue France perform, need to be brought to the widest possible audience.
I’ll say no more; it’s not for me to tell people what they should or shouldn’t eat (I’ve eaten horse and enjoyed it) but even a carnivorous (if it moves, I’ll cook it rare and eat it), ex-abattoir worker like me knows that Being Cruel to Animals is just wrong!
I’ll be making a donation to Equine Rescue France as soon as this month’s chômage comes through….
I hope what little I can afford is a help?
I hope the horses can wait that long?
I hope that you might be able to find a penny or two as well?
The post is at Investigating Horse Markets – Our Findings.
There were 762 unique visitors to A Taste of Garlic on Saturday; if each of us could afford a few euros, what a difference that would make!
All the best