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Pamela Anderson Joins The Call To Ban Carriage Horses

After the collapse of TWO New York City carriage horses in the past two weeks, Pamela Anderson has joined the call for a ban on horse-drawn carriages.

7 November 2011

After the collapse of TWO New York City carriage horses in the past two weeks, Pamela Anderson has joined the call for a ban on horse-drawn carriages.

She's joining other celebs, like Lea Michele, in joining a petition to replace the horse-drawn carriages with eco-friendly classic cars.

She wrote on her Facebook page: 

"For the second time in less than two weeks, a carriage horse has collapsed on a Manhattan street. Horses do not belong in a congested, urban setting where they are constantly breathing exhaust and sharing the streets with cars, buses and taxis."

She urged all her fans to sign the petition so that these poor horses can be rescued from the streets.

Let's hope that New York's Mayor Bloomberg decides to take action before any more harm comes to those overworked animals.

Teddy Hilton

 

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