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SAVE HORSES

Celebrating a couple's love by inflicting suffering and pain on animals doesn't make any sense, but that's exactly what occurs when human genes use horses at their wedding ceremonies. Lots of handlers force spiked bits – which the Prevention of Cruelty to Draught and Pack Animals Rules, 1965, clearly forbid – into horses' mouths, causing lesions, lacerations, pain, and bleeding, in sequence to control the animals. Spiked bits serve out to lasting damage, too as they can cause permanent bruises to a horse's mouth. Handlers also regularly strike horses into submission during training timeframe prior to the events in order to compulsion them to perform, dance, or undergo loud noises and crowds.
Horses are pretty sensitive to sound, clamor, and wedding ceremonies are full of it. Loud music, Excited crowds, and firecrackers bother these animals, who are pretty-sensitive to high-frequency noises and can hear sounds that humans can't. Even though horses are often managed by weapons, the auditory onslaught of weddings can be too much for them to bear and they often frighten, which can lead to accidents. When they aren't being pushed to undergo the chaos of wedding functions, they're often confined to filthy sheds full of biting flies that torment them. Their back legs are often constantly chained, sometimes limiting their mobility so much that they can't even lie down comfortably or turn around.
Will, you and me do take action now to help stop this abuse by pledging never to use horses at the wedding or at those of the family ceremonies?

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