Equine Rescues

 

 

 

 

 

List of Equine Rescues


Chilly Pepper – HELP PLEASE! Catcher called again! How many lives can we save?

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: Catcher called AGAIN this morning! Who and HOW MANY can we save? Thank you to all of you who donated for the weanlings. Sadly, the Catcher called me this morning and wants me to go over and see if there are any others I can "save". This is the most painful and horrific part by far of doing rescue. To stand in front of a corral filled with precious lives and know you cannot save them all. To look into their beautiful eyes and know what fate awaits them if you don't choose them. I'm sure folks are extremely tired of all the 911's and the emergencies, but think about this. I have to live this every single day. I get no breaks, (except for my broken femur - arghh), I have to lay in bed every single night seeing their haunted eyes begging me for help, It's as if they know. Instead of hiding and turning away, they all face me, many never taking their eyes off mine. It is horrible. I am already physically ill just knowing I have to pick and choose. I seriously need to at least have $1500 per horse to save them. This time of year is the slowest for adoptions and I can be pretty sure that I will have to feed and care for most of them throughout the winter. That amount won't even begin to cover expenses after I bail them, get them coggins and have them hauled back to NV to feed this winter. I CANNOT only "choose color". I CAN'T! So I already have 5 "brown horses" that will most likely be traveling back to NV with me. The old stallion will no doubt live out the rest of his life at Chilly Pepper, (unless we get a miracle). It's so ...
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Chilly Pepper – Weanling 911 – Urgent call from the Catcher – Babies will ship if we don’t save them.

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: Catcher called this morning! Will you help save more? Meet Nicole - the injured filly from the last 15. I pulled 15 out of the last group, and that was pushing the envelope as I am way short of the funds needed to care for them long term or until they are adopted. Catcher wants an answer. These babies are big enough to ship. You decide who we save! Thank you for saving the last group! Below meet Phantom, a stallion who definitely earned the right to live out his life! Not sure how many, but hopefully you will help me save them! Please help me keep saying YES, to saving these lives. Please check out the New Adoption page! https://www.facebook.com/groups/543121366934903 If anyone wants to help, Supplies can be sent to Palomino C/O Melody LeBeau 1630 Pumphouse Rd Toppenish, WA 98948 or Donations can be made at: CashAp-$LauriArmstrong Venmo - @Lauri-Armstrong-2 Paypal-Palomino@chillypepper.org THANK YOU for everything we have received. ** https://smile.amazon.com/ch/55-0882407 If you shop at Amazon, please go to this link. PS - The paypal link is once again working properly. 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 if you would like to help these horses. ->You can donate via check at: (PLEASE NOTE NEW PO BOX #) Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang, PO Box # 233 Golconda, NV 89414 You can also donate via credit card by calling Palomino at 530-339-1458. NO MATTER HOW BIG OR HOW SMALL - WE SAVE THEM ALL! SAVING GD'S CRITTERS - FOUR FEET AT A TIME Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang, WIN Project - Rescue & Rehab We are now part of the WIN Organization WIN (WILD HORSES IN NEED) is a 501c3 IRS EIN 55-0882407_ ...
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This sweet girl needs you!

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: There's no rest for the weary. AAE is having a challenging September with three hospitalizations. The bright light is that two special horses are are getting a second chance at life because of you. This sweet mare is in the hospital now, and she has a long road ahead. She was dropped off at the vet for euthanasia because she's been sick with a respiratory issue (non-contagious). Now she has a new life. What matters is that we got the call, and we offered her a true second chance. Thankfully, owner agreed she could be saved if someone would take her. We'll have more photos to share soon. Please say some prayers for this young lady! It happened not only once, but twice! This young man, now known as Trace, was retired from service from a local mounted police unit. He developed some swelling in his left eye due to a mass. After a series of diagnostics, there was not a definitive answer, but cancer was at the top of the list, and eye removal was likely part of his future. He was retired from service, but this guy was still so full of life. We took a chance on this guy hoping, if nothing else, we'd be able to offer his a retirement filled with TLC while nature took its course. Once at AAE, we discussed two more diagnostic options for a biopsy to get a more definitive diagnosis, either by scoping his sinus or by going into his frontal sinus. So, off the to the vet he went so we could get a peak inside. The scope was inconclusive. Much to everyone's surprise, once in the sinus, it appeared to be a cyst causing the swelling. Tissue samples were ...
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SYALER eNewsletter

The following is from Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue: Happy Autumn Hello again! Remember me? Apologies for the lack of newsletters. To be honest, I have just not felt up to writing. The current state of affairs in the world has knocked me off my perch a bit. I do miss writing about what is going on as a LOT has been going on at Broomtail Farm, home of Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue. It’s been quite stressful dealing with the increase in the price of just about everything we need. Supplies are more expensive; feed is more expensive; our hay price went up by 3.50 a bale! Hopefully we will be able to find enough to get us through the winter. Our Shelter Logic buildings all bit the dust this year so new hay storage sheds were required. We figured even though the initial investment was much greater, a shed will last a heck of a lot longer. Hannah has been working like crazy and the results are apparent. We have taken in quite a few animals in need of medical care and training. All the animals that came in as “unhandleable” are now enjoying physical attention. All have had their VERY PRICY medical issues taken care of. Thank you, Hannah! We have been getting a lot of calls from folks needing to surrender their animals. So many that we currently have a waiting list as we just don’t have the room or resources to take in more at this time. We have just made the sad decision not to have our Open House again this year due to the pandemic. The Delta variant has been prevalent in our area, and we do not want to put anyone at risk. We are not doing Equine Affaire ...
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CHILLY PEPPER – Quick update on horses shipping to slaughter

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: Quick Update on the Catcher's horses. Just got home from meeting with the Catcher. This is killing me. There is simply no way to save everyone. I am already physically ill from having to say yes or no. The only good news is that I have 5 days to raise the funds to save as many as we can. The goal is to raise at least $1500 for each horse. I have to be able to provide proper care and feed for them until they are adopted. For a mare and foal pair, $500 - bail and vetting for the pair $350 - hay for the month $200 - Foal Lac Pellets (Mare is emaciated) $125 - Mama and baby grain So after bail, vetting and basic feed for the 1st month, it costs $1175, and that does not include any medicine, special care, transport etc. The likelihood of having them for over several months is high, especially because this particular pair are in horrible shape and the baby has a very badly injured face. So $1500 won't even cover the cost for two months for this particular pair if baby needs stitches. I am hoping to pull at least 10 if not more. Thankfully I am supposed to have until the 25th to raise enough funds. Originally the deadline was today, but if we can pull at least 10, we have until the 25th. Please help me keep saying YES, to saving these lives. Please check out the New Adoption page! https://www.facebook.com/groups/543121366934903 If anyone wants to help, Supplies can be sent to Palomino C/O Melody LeBeau 1630 Pumphouse Rd Toppenish, WA 98948 or Donations can be made at: CashAp-$LauriArmstrong Venmo - @Lauri-Armstrong-2 Paypal-Palomino@chillypepper.org THANK YOU for everything we have received. ** https://smile.amazon.com/ch/55-0882407 If you ...
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CHILLY PEPPER – Another EMERGENCY! Huge Dilemma – CATCHER Called – CLOCK IS TICKING! Who do we save – Who ships?

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: I Need Your Help Asap! We currently have 6 new babies, along with the other 12 horses and a draft named Tiny at camp, not to mention the horses in NV. (Tiny had to go to the emergency vet this morning!) Mario is still with us, but having issues getting up by himself. CATCHER just CALLED and I will be heading over TODAY so I can let him know who and how many orphans and/or horses we can save. There is nothing harder than walking up to a group of horses and choosing who lives or dies. I am literally physically sickWE are the ONLY CHANCE for any of them to stay off the slaughter truck. I have nightmares about the horses I leave behind. It isn't fair, but if I don't go, NONE of them will avoid being shipped. I need funds to purchase, vet, transport, feed and care for every horse I pull. It is a terrifying time to take on more horses as Adoptions are lower than normal due to our efforts still being maliciously shut downAdopters are still being contacted and told something is wrong with the horse, it has been adopted, it is dangerous etc. etc. I am running on FAITH, a broken heart and pure exhaustion. Faith that God will guide me and that my amazing Chilly Pepper Family will fight as hard as I do to save as many as we can!! Funds are extremely low and vet bills keep climbing. Doc is coming tomorrow for more coggins. The boys just got gelded. So it goes in rescue. Blood and guts and open wounds are the easy ones. I can handle those myself. However, I cannot do x-rays, blood tests, life saving Plasma etc. without a vet. Tiny is currently ...
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