Posted on September 3, 2016
Posted on September 3, 2016CONGRATULATIONS ! All the "original" big kids have been placed. However, we still have 9 adult wild mustangs and 3 orphans at the Chilly Pepper facility in NV. Two of the babies are injured, one being nearly 100% blind and she just had her eye removed.
We are picking up at least 7 more babies this weekend, so we will be back up to 10 orphans here in NV, in addition to the big kids.
Thanks to YOU, and your love and support we have placed well over 100 horses in the last year and a half. Y'all Rock.
But we still have to feed and take care of the new ones too. So if you would like to help save more lives we want to say Thank you!
Posted on August 1, 2016
Posted on August 1, 2016The original 65 (plus the 7 babies) from the very beginning are nearly placed. We need approximately $3,200 to finish transporting the final 12 to their new homes. (This includes transportation fees, vet checks, worming, brand inspections, hoofers trimmed, Coggins and Health certificates.) We have a wonderful woman in Idaho that is working with us to find great homes. Then ALL of the ORIGINAL horses will have been placed.
However, we have 2 orphans and 5 permanent residences in Shingletown, CA, and we have 14 orphaned foals, (whose MOMS AND FAMILIES ALL SHIPPED TO SLAUGHTER), and the 11 adult horses (5 ? of which are pregnant mares) and one mare with a nursing foal to feed and care for at our NV facility.
The feed bill for August will be over $5000.00 Please help if you can, and be a part of saving these lives. We so appreciate all the folks who stepped up to help the original 65+. You have made an amazing difference!
Posted on June 29, 2016
Posted on June 29, 201624 MORE HORSES to take care of. Last week when we were picking up orphans in Yakima, WA, we were given 2 hours to decide if a band of 10 horses would be slaughtered. We are always receiving requests to save Mom too, and for once we had that option. So 11 adult horses were saved from the horrors of slaughter and we brought home 24 total a couple of days ago.
We have placed all but 18 of the original 65 Wild horse kids, but we are in desperate need of your help to finish finding homes for these horses and for feed, medical etc. in the mean time.
Thank you for being part of this solution and making it possible to keep these horses out of the slaughter pipeline and give them a chance for life. We need about $1400 for gelding, transportation and facility costs so they can be placed. We need lots of hay for these 24 mouths and milk powder, ($150 per 40 lb bag) and Foal Lac Pellets, about $100 bag, plus grain. Please help if you can. Thank you