Miley Cyrus Lends Her Support To Help Ban Carriage Horses In New York City


Miley Cyrus is speaking up for the innocent horses that are used to pull carriages for rides in New York City. Miley’s mom, Tish Cyrus shared the following about her daughter’s efforts to save the animals:

Miley grew up around animals and with all our horses growing up, so she is very passionate about protecting all animals. Miley’s fans have been amazing…We were trying to reach at least 100,000 people signing the petition and, after Miley tweeted, her fans got us 6,000 signatures in a few hours and pushed us over. We couldn’t have done it without all her fans.

Miley tweeted a petition to kickstart the ban on Twitter and a vast number of fans joined in on the cause. A representative for the organization reported that Miley’s petition scored over 100,000 signatures and shattered their original goal. They are now hoping to have a total of 110,000 signatures by the end of the month.

I think it’s awesome when stars use their star power to help raise awareness and promote causes they believe in. And I agree with Miley about the horses and carriages, I don’t think anyone should be using horsed to pull a carriage. I think Miley is using her star power to help make the world a better place and that’s an admirable thing. Do you agree with Miley Cyrus about the horses? Did you get q chance to sign the petition? Let us know your thoughts on all of this!

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One Comment

  1. frida

    March 26, 2013 at 10:30 pm

    I think she is doing a good job. no animal deserves that. I Well always be a Miley cryus fan. love u miley :•)

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