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Two More Lives Given a Second Chance

The following is from All About Equine Rescue: All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc. Meet Trinity and Rimes Big Day of Giving is May 2 Save the Date: Boots & Bling Join the Boots & Bling team! Adoptable Horses Volunteer Corner, Volunteer Needs Other Ways to Help AAE Friends, Supporters, Service Providers, & Boots & Bling Sponsors March was an incredibly busy month at AAE with several law enforcement intakes, and together we have been able to help so many horses-in-need. Before we could introduce two new horses to you, we got the call regarding the big seizure. While the group of 12 is wrapping up their quarantine, we're taking a few minutes to introduce the two new kids. TRINITY AND RIMES AAE welcomed Trinity and Rimes last month after they were seized by law enforcement in a cruelty case. (More applause for law enforcement!) These two were thin and not so trusting when we arrived to pick them up. Despite being hesitant to be haltered, they both loaded into the trailer without issue. Trinity Trinity is about a two-year old filly. She has swelling above one of her front fetlocks, and from radiographs and a vet exam, it appears to be scar tissue from an old soft tissue injury that was likely untreated.  After quarantine, Trinity received dental care, vaccines, and deworming, and she got a microchip. She's been terrified of anyone touching her legs, let alone trying to pick up her hooves, so hoof care is a work in progress until we can handle her hooves safely and our farrier can work safely. Fortunately, her hooves are in fair condition.  Trinity is starting to enjoy people more and more (as long as they aren't touching her legs or hooves), and we know she'll make someone a wonderful partner. She ...

Chilly Pepper – IT’S GO TIME NOW! Phone Rang for 2 Orphan foals. Do I say yes? They need help ASAP!

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: URGENT plea for help! I just got a call for 2 orphan foals. (Pictures just to remind us of how much milk they drink and how much care they need.) I have NO idea what these babies look like, but they will need TLC! We need money for bail, transport, Foal Lac Powder, Foal Lac Pellets, baby grain, meds, etc. etc. PLEASE HELP so I can say YES!!! It's been awhile since Chilly Pepper had a fundraiser. Funds are extremely tight, and in addition to funds for the baby, we currently need hay in NV and WA. THANK YOU FOR SAVING THEM! I'll update with pix as soon as I have them. LINK TO DAKOTA, THE "RAPPER" https://youtu.be/OrK7UU6PInQ We appreciate all your help with these precious souls. If you want to donate to their vet care, you can call Zimmerman Veterinary at 775-623-0981. NEW - DONATE WITH ZELLE Send Money with Zelle® Wildhorses In Need Palominodancer@yahoo.com 530-339-1458 New Venmo - @WIN-dba-ChillyPepper New CashAp - $ChillyPepperMM (Win dba Chilly Pepper) THANK YOU, ALL OF YOU, FOR BEING SO AMAZING FOR THESE PRECIOUS SOULS! YOU are the reason so many lives are saved! I will keep fighting the good fight as long as I can afford to. I so appreciate all of you and so do the critters. Please call Goldendale Veterinary at 509-773-0369, if you would like to help with this bill. I appreciate every single one of our Chilly Pepper Family. God has truly blessed this rescue! IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KEEP HELPING US SAVE MORE LIVES, YOU CAN GO TO: <You can go to gofundme<- You can go to Paypal<- PLEASE NOTE - Paypal shows Wild Horses in Need, as we are dba- Chilly Pepper if you would like to help these horses. ...

No Time To Spare!

The following is from All About Equine Rescue: IT'S A GIRL! It looks like we got everyone here with no time to spare!! We have a new foal from the rescued group! A new filly was born very early Sunday morning! She's a big distraction, and it's hard to get our work done! Both mom and filly are doing well. As you can see, baby girl is adorable! She is tall, and mom is so relieved her big belly is gone! Mom went from uncomfortably full-figured to trim, in just a short while. Pictured above left was mom last Friday and again, yesterday morning. She arrived back at AAE late Wednesday night, and baby came early Sunday morning. She had barely moved to her own paddock on Saturday, but it was just in the nick of time. If you missed the story about how/why they came to AA, click here. Welcome to the world, precious girl! You are already loved beyond your imagination! Thank you, again to everyone who supported our rescue efforts allowing this group of horses come to AAE so we can all welcome them! Thanks to you, the filly was born under a watchful eye, and she and mom have great groceries, ongoing care and monitoring, and a ton of love joining them on this journey as they return to good health. Your donations, volunteering, adopting, and social media shares & likes really do make a difference and make all of this work possible! ...

Chilly Pepper – THANK YOU for saving SPICE. Another hospice case and quick update

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: Good news and sad news. Spice is safely settled in at home in NV. Thank you for saving her life. She so appreciates your love and support, as do I, of course. There are so many hard times in rescue, and once again we had another hospice case with Dexter. Sadly, our beautiful boy was too badly injured to have any type of quality of life. Doc ended his suffering and we are all reeling from another heartbreak due to evil humans. He was seen by Doc several times, and we need to cover the vet bill for those visits and to have him euthanized and laid to rest. On a brighter note, Spice is not a mean or vicious horse whatsoever. Our on site gal Tiona, has already had hands on her and she is doing very well. I guess she didn't need a bullet after all. It still enrages me that her fate was a bullet while the so called "trainer" got a new horse. THANK YOU for saving her. I am hoping all, or at least most of you take a moment to go to the link below. Just copy and put in your browser. It is a video of Dakota, our beautiful stallion who is now waiting for major surgery as he is cryptorchid. (Only one testical dropped and the other is floating somewhere in his abdomen.) He is so amazing, and will warm your heart as he chatters to me, sounding almost like he is a rapper. I really hope y'all can take a minute as he will definitely make you smile and bring joy to your heart. We see so much sadness, and this silly boy really helped me with my struggles. I am dealing with some ...

Rescued Horses Update

The following is from All About Equine Rescue: RESCUE UPDATE Thanks for your patience. It's been a busy couple days. Please accept our heartfelt gratitude for your passion for and commitment to helping horses! Thank YOU for donating, sharing this story, and sending your love. We are always awed by the kindness of our community, but this time, we are absolutely overwhelmed by the outpouring of generosity and support. Everyone came together and raised three times our initial goal for these horses. It's amazing, it's what we need with an undertaking like this, and you came through in a big way! Thank you so much for helping! On Wednesday, our plan was to pick-up three or four of the heavily pregnant mares and a mare & colt pair, then return in the near future for an additional five or six mares and weanlings. Well, as with anything horse-related it seems, once we arrived, there was another plan in the making. We left Pilot Hill early morning, and after a long day, we returned to AAE with the 11 original horses we committed to, plus an extra! In rescue work (and with horses), we've learned that we need to be prepared for the unexpected! Thanks to our community of horse-loving folks, our wonderful volunteers, and a few other caring individuals, we handled a quick pivot and got it done! We are eager to learn more about these girls and the two little guys as we move them forward to better health. After figuring out who was who, and who would ride where, the horses were sorted and loaded. Despite being so young, the littlest guy and his mom handled the journey well (as did the rest of the herd). Back at AAE in the dark, the group was unloaded into three ...

Urgent Need, Pregnant Mare Rescue in Progess

The following is from All About Equine Rescue: URGENT NEED AAE hasn't taken on a larger scale rescue in some time, but this one hits close to home and takes us back to our roots (mare/foal pairs and pregnant mares). It compels action! Think back to 2009, Sierra/Dayton/Clayton, Lacy/Sparky, Zuni/Fallon, Takela/Carson, and the many moms and babies that followed. Team AAE is currently en route to support a Nor Cal law enforcement agency with a large horse seizure. This group of horses was discovered abandoned on a large property several months ago and left to fend for themselves in high desert conditions. They were starving when discovered, and a few perished before law enforcement began providing feed and ultimately seizing 20+ animals. The horses were transported for care by the agency, and they have been housed at a public facility. Sadly, most law enforcement agencies don't typically have the resources to provide the care and monitoring needed for a seizure of this scale, and many simply cannot or will not. We are so grateful this agency acted! These horses need resources and an environment where they can be monitored and care provided continuously, and we're jumping into action to assure they get what they need. AAE is working with another rescue to support this law enforcement agency with this large group that includes mostly pregnant mares, a couple mature stallions, and several stud colts and fillies. AAE is focusing on the pregnant mares, a mare/foal pair, and fillies while the other rescue is focusing on the stallions/colts. AAE is on the road now to pick-up the heavily pregnant mares that are imminent to foal. We'll also bring back the mare/foal pair. Mom delivered a little colt (pictured above) in the last week, and they need to get to safety. We ...
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