"New York, u know how much I love you. But if I see another horse & carriage struggling in this winter weather I may not be able 2 be here," the 'Glee' star wrote on Twitter.
Lea then followed up her tweet with message to the city's mayor, Michael Bloomberg, writing, "@MikeBloomberg please listen to the thousands of people who are saying that they no longer want horse & carriage rides in this city."
Finally, the 25-year-old pleaded with fans to send supportive messages to the mayor. "Please tweet to @MikeBloomberg if you agree that horse and carriages should no longer be on the busy streets of NYC. And let's end this."
Last year, Lea teamed up with PETA to star in an ad campaign calling for the boycott of the city's horse-drawn carriages. In the spot, she cited neglect and harsh conditions as reasons why the Central Park feature should be banned.