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Chilly Pepper – IT’S GO TIME FOR DEXTER AND GRANDPA GEORGE!! Scheduled to ship to slaughter in 2 days. THEY NEED YOU NOW!

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: PLEASE HELP NOW!! Grandpa George and Dexter came from the same place and are scheduled to ship to slaughter in 2 days. They are both special needs and a hot mess. Both are near starving, and the stallion has been badly beaten. He is covered in scars and saddle marks, which is outrageous, especially because he is essentially STILL a baby. He has serious weight issues, and his back end is messed up, possible permanently. Grandpa George is hard to catch, which also indicates abuse or being mistreated, especially at that age. Who knows what he looks like under that nasty coat, but he is definitely in extremely rough shape from what I have been told. Both have been neglected and mistreated, per the lot. As usual, I went out on Faith, and told her we would come through for these precious souls. We need to raise serious funds to pay for the bail, initial hauling, vetting (bloodwork to cross state lines) special feed and hoof care, not to mention gelding him once he is healthy. This is a serious commitment as we could easily end up with both of them long term. PLEASE HELP NOW! They have been through horrors no horse should ever see. Let's start a new life for them 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 ...

Pucker Up for A Valentine’s Day Kiss!

The following is from All About Equine Rescue: The horses (and other animals) of AAE want to show their love and appreciation for you today so they set up a kissing booth! Put on some lip balm and get ready to pucker up!                   We are so thankful to have you by our side and in our community. You are an amazing bunch, and we wouldn't be us without you. We hope your day is filled with lots of love, chocolate, and sloppy kisses! Your donations, volunteering, adopting, and social media shares & likes really do make a difference and make all of this work possible! ...

These M&Ms Will Melt in Your Heart, Not in Your Hands ❤️

The following is from All About Equine Rescue: MILES & MONROE Miles and Monroe are both reservation mustangs who came to AAE at the end of December 2023 through collaboration with another organization. The pair had been with a foster family who didn’t have much experience with mustangs. They were unhandled, and, as a result, they had not received any vet care, vaccines, or hoof care. There was no adoption interest, they weren’t making any forward progress with gentling, and there wasn’t another foster who could take them. The organization approached AAE with a request to transfer. Thankfully, we had a several adoptions at the end of the year, which gave us the opportunity to help these two youngsters. Miles is a stud colt, who will be gelded when he is more handleable. Monroe is a filly, both about 2 years old. Monroe miscarried an estimated four-month-old fetus shortly after she was rescued (yes, at not even two years old). They are both making progress with handling, and we're looking forward to sharing their progress. Miles and Monroe are not ready for adoption just yet, but in the meantime, they needs a sponsor (or a team of sponsors) to help support their care costs. Learn more and sign up here. Your donations, volunteering, adopting, and social media shares & likes really do make a difference and make all of this work possible! It's time to start planning Boots & Bling 2024! Boots & Bling is a big event, and we need help more than ever. We are looking for volunteers in all areas: auctions, sponsors, dinner, decor, facilities, graphics, marketing, volunteer coordinator, ticket sales, social media, other communications, and more. Please help if you can! AAE and the horses will benefit greatly from having you on the team! If you'd like ...

What Will You Do with Your Extra 24 Hours

The following is from All About Equine Rescue: With this special leap year unfolding, it’s a wonderful time to leap into action and start (or update) your estate planning! Why is creating a will or trust important? Setting up a will or revocable living trust (trust) assures your assets can pass to your loved ones and even the causes you're passionate about. With a gift to All About Equine (AAE), you can create a lasting legacy and help us ensure a happy, safe journey for at-risk horses. Estate gifts have been instrumental in AAE's growth and sustainability, allowing us to help more horses in the long term. benefits. Don’t wait! Leap into action by creating a robust estate plan through our trusted partner, FreeWill. FreeWill provides you with an easy-to-use, comprehensive, and free platform. Create Your Legacy Additionally, if horses (and other equine/animals) are part of your family, FreeWill can help you establish a pet trust, and you can also appoint a pet guardian. Having a plan in place helps assure continuity of care for your animals should something happen to you. We often hear about and care for horses left in the lurch because their owners didn’t have a plan in place. By working with a chosen guardian and including them in your estate plan, you help avoid heart-wrenching scenarios for your own horses and other animals. Your thoughtful planning makes their future as bright as can be. Before naming a guardian for pets, it’s essential to chat with that person or organization to make sure they’re ready and able to take on such an important role. Create My Plan Let’s saddle up and take the reins on this beautiful journey together. With your forward-thinking actions, our mission can continue to leap forward, making the world a brighter place for horses-in-need. Warmly, Wendy Digiorno Executive Director, ...

Chilly Pepper – 1st call for 2024. Meet the new Senior – “Grandpa Sonny”, the Newest Member of our Sunshine & Smiles Program!

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: ANOTHER CALL I received a call today for this beautiful "SENIOR PONY" He is in his 20's, and has a few health issues. He needs his lil hoofers done, special feed and has to have some teeth pulled right away. He has had some damage to his coffin bone, (it's lightly rotated, but the vet said with proper care he should have another 10 years or so.) He will be a permanent part of our Chilly Pepper Family and a star in our Sunshine and Smiles Program. Will you help Grandpa Sonny? As you can see he is a long way from ready to quit. Several folks thought he should be euthanized, but luckily he had an advocate who saw him for who he was and said no. He will need to be assessed further by Doc, and have his dental work done asap. We know, from the Vet who checked him out two days ago, that he needs at least 2 teeth pulled along with some additional dental care. We need funds for his transportation, (approximately $650), funds for his initial vetting, hoof trims, meds and to get his teeth done. We also need to purchase special low carb feed and hay for him. WILL YOU PLEASE HELP US GET GRANDPA SONNY HOME TO CHILLY PEPPER? Thank you so much for being part of our Chilly Pepper Family. Blessings for a beautiful holiday season and remember your glass can always be "half full". 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 ...

Meet Lillie Mae!

The following is from All About Equine Rescue: Meet Miss Lillie Mae! She is an adorable 8-10 year old jenny who came to AAE after auction and through Auction Horses Rescue. She completed quarantine (standard protocol for new intakes), and now, she is now being doted on daily. We don’t know much about her past, but her hoof care has been neglected for a long time, and she's had intermittent lameness. So, we had Dr. Stolba out for radiographs early to evaluate. She's very clubby and appears to have contracted tendons. Thanksfully, it's not a laminitis/founder issue. She is a bit resistant to hoof handling and farrier care, and because of the tendon issues, we're taking it slow (baby steps). Fortunately, she had her first trim (and deworming), and she's looking so much better already. Lillie Mae is scheduled for her dental, vaccines, and microchip next week. Lillie Mae is very sweet, and we are eager to get to know her better. She has the cutest ears, the cutest face, and the cutest bray! Admit it, she's simply cute, cute, cute! Lillie Mae enjoyed some peanut butter for National Peanut Butter Day today! She was one of the few from the entire herd who actually liked it! Lillie Mae is not ready for adoption just yet, but in the meantime, she needs a sponsor (or a team of sponsors) to help support her care costs. Learn more and sign up here. Your donations, volunteering, adopting, and social media shares & likes really do make a difference and make all of this work possible! Thanks for your gracious and continued support of AAE! Mud Stinks! Can you help keep the horses out of the mud by giving them the gift of a stall mat? We're in the middle of rainy season, ...