Author Archives: Paula Todd King

About Paula Todd King

My passions are my husband Ron, dogs who've blessed me with their love, writing, spending time in nature, meditating, reading, and finding gratitude in every waking moment. Earlier this year I was asked to join The Cloud Foundation as Communications Director,which has allowed me to contribute in a small way to help educate the public about the ongoing threat to our nations' Wild Horse Herds.

The Advocate, the Guard and the Force of the Horse® at Christmas

Cross-posted from Straight from the Horse’s Heart, Dec. 15, 2013 story by R.T. Fitch ~ author, president of Wild Horse Freedom Federation A Christmas Story for the Wild Ones Reprint from December 11, 2010: He checked the time again.  Not an easy maneuver as he … Continue reading

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Posted from the Great Falls Tribune, Dec. 14, 2013  Written by Laura Bailey On a rugged patch of red-painted desert along the Montana-Wyoming border lives a band of wild horses that have been a part of the open range there … Continue reading

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June Trip to the Pryors

In June we joined our friends Linda and Vic Hanick for a week-long camping trip to the Pryors, a life-changing excursion.  Since our return, I’ve been busy working on campaigns for The Cloud Foundation, so I’m long overdue in posting … Continue reading

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You CAN Make a difference in the World by your action!

Please help Ban the Slaughter of Horses in the United States by supporting the SAFE Act.   The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.  Mahatma Gandhi The following … Continue reading

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Wild Horses: The Price We Pay to Rob their Freedom

The issue of wild horses and burros is not simple, but one thing is very clear; if the American public does not intervene we will lose the wild horses forever.  Ginger Kathrens, Executive Director of The Cloud Foundation. In 2013 … Continue reading

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No Justice for Wild Horses

Chased by helicopters long distances, separated from families, segregated by sex, by age, forced into trailers and transported long distances.  A steel gate crashes.  Freedom lost.  A number branded on the neck – another on the hip of older horses … Continue reading

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Wild Horses in Mesa Verde National Park – Opportunity for Change

Wild Horses have wandered the trails of Mesa Verde National Park for over 100 years according to some folks in the area. Some claim the horses have strayed from the adjoining Ute Mountain tribal lands although the tribe claims no … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays from New Mexico

2012 has been a year of transition for Ron and I – an emergence from the chrysalis of our South Carolina existence, a metamorphosis as we spread our wings and migrated westward to our new home in Taos.     We’d thought about … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving to All

Take time today and every day to think of all you have to be grateful.  Find surprise by living in the present moment.  Find joy in every breath you take.  We have all we need – we can hold it … Continue reading

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Charting a New Course

I will not die an unlived life. I will not live in fear of falling or catching fire. I choose to inhabit my days, to allow my living to open me, to make me less afraid, more accessible, to loosen … Continue reading

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