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We Must Ban Horse-Drawn Carriages In Berlin

<p>Berliners For Banning Horse Drawn Carriages</p>

Berlin residents can take pride in a (relatively) cruelty-free culture. The world's first all-vegan grocery store chain, Veganz, started here. And Germany is headquarters to several all-vegan fashion publications, including Vegan Good Life and Berlin's own Noveaux Magazine.

Credits: Veganz, Vegan Good Life Magazine

Credits: Veganz, Vegan Good Life Magazine

Conversely, this compassion and progress is not immediately evident to tourists who see horses being exploited by horse-drawn carriage companies here. Berlin must ban this cruel, shameful practice. A number of cities around the world have already banned horse-drawn carriages. We must ban it for the horses. We must also ban it for in order to set a strong example for other major cities.

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We (Berliners For Banning Horse Drawn Carriages) are standing up for the horses in Berlin tomorrow on Valentine's Day. This is a global problem and we hope to help alleviate it. Support our efforts and spread the love with #VDayForTheHorses. https://www.facebook.com/events/1006391179422626/ #VDayForTheHorsesBerliners For Banning Horse-Drawn Carriages

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