Thursday, January 14, 2010

Americans Against Horse Slaughter Welcomes Katia Louise

Philadelphia, PA (Americans Against Horse Slaughter) Jan. 13, 2010
American's Against Horse Slaughter Welcomes Katia Louise from WFLF As Our New West Coast Regional Coordinator
AAHS is very pleased to announce the appointment of Katia Louise as our West Coast Regional Coordinator.  "With the AAHS membership growing by leaps and bounds, we find it necessary to implement Regional Coordinators." said Shelley Abrams co founder of Americans Against Horse Slaughter.  This year promises to be very active in our fight to end horse slaughter and having someone the caliber of Katia Louise in this position will prove to be a great asset.
As highly regarded spokesperson and champion for the health and welfare of both wild and domestic equines, Katia's been working to end horse slaughter since 2004.  Ms Louise is a Broadcast Journalist, Talk Show Host, Filmmaker, Actress and a lifelong animal advocate.  Earlier this year she produced "Saving America's Horses" an audio documentary for international radio which in part inspired the making of the film currently in production, “Saving America’s Horses – A Nation Betrayed”.  As Executive Director of WFLF Humanion Films, she formed a national coalition of the top anti-slaughter equine experts and pro-horse specialists which in 2009 officially teamed up efforts with AAHS to raise even more awareness for this cause.
Americans Against Horse Slaughter is thrilled that Katia has agreed to join us as the West Coast Regional Coordinator.  She is looking forward to working with our members.
Americans Against Horse Slaughter is a non funded, grassroots national movement comprised of supporters of a federal ban on the slaughter and the transport to slaughter of American horses for human consumption overseas.  Americans Against Horse Slaughter has no other agenda, other than to stop the brutal slaughter of American horses.
Contact: Americans Against Horse Slaughter/www.americansagainsthorseslaughter.comemail:


  1. How many members do we have here in Arizona?

  2. I'm not sure at this time. I will find out. Thanks.