Adelina Jaudal
Adelina Jaudal

Please save these beautiful animals.

Marion Tjagvad
Marion Tjagvad

Well it's about time these precious creatures with souls have a facebook page, so that the ignorant may be educated on these important lives of our creator!! I've heard," well the reason that we kill them is because so many horses have broken a leg because of their holes". Man can go to the moon, yet man can not find a way to prevent injury to horses without the killing of another little creature? Put that page up and tell me what I can do to help protect the prairie dogs from this massive horror of slaughter to these precious souls!!!

Joe Adair
Joe Adair
  • Marion Tjagvad

Actually Marion, that claim is pretty much an unfounded hoax. Back in the 1870s, when a single prairie dog town had 400,000,000 'dogs in it, I bet a lot of cattle and horses broke their legs in the area, when John Chisholm first drove cattle across the area, to begin the systematic destruction of habitat across the southwest, especially New Mexico. Now? It's a BIG FIB ranchers tell, because of our inherit soft spot for horses. These ranchers need to be exposed for the monsters they are: one of our biggest goals!

Melanie Jean
Melanie Jean

You folks have alot of tenacity. Wildlife advocacy is so hard and you have hung in there. You're motivating and I will continue to support you :)

Louise Despointes
Louise Despointes

can't wait to see prairie dogs having their own protection page helping the public to know them better & stop wanting to see them dead

Christina von Hahn
Christina von Hahn

I trust everything will be done to save these little souls!!

Joe Adair
Joe Adair

Having prairie dogs treated as vermin is the underlying issue that allows this slaughter to continue. Prairie dogs used to number 400,000,000,000 (yes, 400 BILLION) in North America, and their population (BEFORE the 5-year drought and plague epidemic) had dwindled to between ...that .006% of their natural population! The prairie dog is in great danger of extinction.

Marion Tjagvad
Marion Tjagvad
  • Joe Adair

Thank you Joe for educating me on this!! I love horse's, I love ALL animals. But if I had a horse I just wouldn't take him/her through prairie dog land, NOT kill the prairie dog's. I like your idea of relocating them; There are so many so called "hunters" for sport!! These type thrive off the slaughter of innocent creatures, just as they are doing with the wolves. And so many dogs beaten, dragged, skinned, and watch as they starve to death! So much of mankind is so K'ed up!!

Joe Adair
Joe Adair

Thank you for your support! Our overarching goal, is to have a perpetual system in place for prairie dog relocation, while reforming the system that fails to recognize them as a part of any healthy, prairie ecosystem.

Mauricette Jacqueline Bigard

plus le temps passe et plus je m aperçois que le monde tournerait mieux sans certains humains sur terre et certains pays qui ne pense qu a torturer les animaux je suis dégoûtée de la race humaine

Myriam Boulay
Myriam Boulay

décidément il y a des humains qui dans leurs tête,ont des idées d'acte cruel pour faire croire que certaines vies sont moins importantes que d'autres.C'est vraiment pitoyable.

Françoise Flee
Françoise Flee

I hope prairie dogs will have protection page and make people know them finally & stop their Death!!!

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