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SYALER eNewsletter

The following is from Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue: April 20, 2019 Correction... Our new employee is Kim Nelson... NOT Wilson!  So please join me in welcoming Kim Nelson to the Rescue's Staff! ChEARS, Ann President & Shelter Manager Donate ...
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JUST FOUND OUT I HAVE ANOTHER 5+ BABIES TO PICK UP IN WA ON MONDAY – CAN YOU HELP ME SAVE THOSE TOO???

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: UPDATE - Just got the call for another 5+ babies this Monday. I need to let him know if we can take them on and save their tiny little lives as well as get these kids all fixed up. ONCE AGAIN - Y'ALL DID IT! You saved these horses from being loaded onto the truck of death. Sadly, these kids are in awful shape, and we have already had numerous "emergency vet visits", beginning the day they arrived. We just received a phone call about another orphan that we need to go get, most likely today. Our coffers are basically empty, due to our recent, (mostly unexpected) expenses.Since y'all make this possible, I wanted to share where your latest donations went for April (so far), so you would know why we need help so we can get these horses the medical care they need and get the newest orphan(s) picked up. 1). Vet bills for this last group of 11 - $ 2,685.00 Additional vet bills April $ 337.48 + $1123.00 Veterinary Total So Far in April $ 4,145.48 2) Additional Milk Products for orphans $ 849.20 3) Rescue the 11 Horses $ 4,725.00 4) 3 Months worth of Hay $ 7,200.00 5) Trailer repairs - $ 2,150.00 ________________ $ 19,069.68 The total output for April was much higher than normal. We usually only buy one month's worth of hay at a time, but due to the shortage, this was how we had to "get 'er done" to make sure we have enough feed for the horses. Thank you to everyone who made that possible! We picked up a 2 year old thoroughbred, who needed immediate, emergency vet care, and after 3 visits we had to euthanize him. I have never been so ...
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ANOTHER ORPHAN FOAL TO SAVE, MEANWHILE, THESE KIDS NEED IMMEDIATE MEDICAL CARE!

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: ONCE AGAIN - Y'ALL DID IT! You saved these horses from being loaded onto the truck of death. Sadly, these kids are in awful shape, and we have already had numerous "emergency vet visits", beginning the day they arrived. We just received a phone call about another orphan that we need to go get, most likely today. Our coffers are basically empty, due to our recent, (mostly unexpected) expenses.Since y'all make this possible, I wanted to share where your latest donations went for April (so far), so you would know why we need help so we can get these horses the medical care they need and get the newest orphan(s) picked up. 1). Vet bills for this last group of 11 - $ 2,685.00 Additional vet bills April $ 337.48 + $1123.00 Veterinary Total So Far in April $ 4,145.48 2) Additional Milk Products for orphans $ 849.20 3) Rescue the 11 Horses $ 4,725.00 4) 3 Months worth of Hay $ 7,200.00 5) Trailer repairs - $ 2,150.00 ________________ $ 19,069.68 The total output for April was much higher than normal. We usually only buy one month's worth of hay at a time, but due to the shortage, this was how we had to "get 'er done" to make sure we have enough feed for the horses. Thank you to everyone who made that possible! We picked up a 2 year old thoroughbred, who needed immediate, emergency vet care, and after 3 visits we had to euthanize him. I have never been so angry. Poor Benny could not eat or drink. If you didn't pay attention, he just looked like a horse that was starving to death. Due to a horrible rope injury, (that is the best guess), he ended up with ...
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SYALER eNewsletter

The following is from Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue: April 19, 2019 Ears the news... I apologize for the lapse between newsletters. It's been a rough winter. I recently lost my first donkey Lula at age 28 . That was a tough one for me. Jeff got her for me as a gift and we brought her home in the back of a van when she was 16 weeks old.  It is because of Lula that I began to reach out to other donkey owners, read everything I could get my hands on about donkeys and their care, their nutritional needs, behavioral needs, and what it takes to start a rescue. The rest is history. We have taken in a lot of animals with medical issues, those needing a lot of "fattening up", and those with severe hoof issues.  The weather has been challenging as well. Thankfully we are finally getting some warmer, sunny days and  life is looking a bit more optimistic. We have recently said farewell to two of our devoted board members, Joan Gemme, and Jean Cornish. They will be missed. We wish them well in their new endeavors. Thankfully Joan will still be volunteering to help with the auction and side projects for which we are very grateful! We are in the process of looking for a new treasurer for the BOD as well as someone gifted in the art of fund raising. If you or anyone you know might be interested please let me know. We currently have several adoptions pending and several in the works, just waiting for i's to be dotted and t's to be crossed. Shadow will be going to a wonderful home where she will have the company of many other donkeys of varying sizes. Sol and Luna will be ...
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Boots & Bling Auction Item Donations Needed

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: Do you want to be an event sponsor? Do you want to donate to our silent or live auctions?   If you answered YES, please contact us!  More information below Sponsor deadline extended!  If you would like to sponsor this event or want more information on sponsoring, please contact Lindsay@allaboutequine.org   If you would like to donate to our live and silent auctions or want more information on donating, please contact Dani@allaboutequine.org   HEARTFELT thanks to our Sponsors for  making this event possible:   Western States Horse Expo!  We are so excited to be a part of  North America's Equine Event of the Year!   JP Equipment Rentals Lees' Feed & Western Store El Dorado Community Foundation West Coast Equine Foundation Murieta Equestrian Center American International Group Camblin Steel Service, Inc. Faith Episcopal Church A&J Drywall, Inc. Cali Homes Tailored Tree InAlliance With infinite gratitude to our SPONSORS!! We can't wait to see you at the event! Buy tickets now! AAE'S QUARTERLY MEETING Saturday, April 13, 2019 El Dorado Hills Fire Department 1050 Wilson Boulevard El Dorado Hills, CA AAE's Quarterly All Volunteer Meeting is an opportunity for all volunteers to come together for an update on current happenings, upcoming events, and updated volunteer needs. It's also a good time for anyone interested in getting involved to learn more about AAE. Bring family or bring anyone interested in volunteering or otherwise supporting our cause. If you have a Boots and Bling Donation, please bring to this meeting. If you'd like to join us, please click her to register. Please bring either an appetizer or dessert to share at 6:00pm, meeting to begin at 6:30pm. Everyone is welcome to join us! Daily Horse Care, especially pm shifts needed now (Daily 8a-12p or 3p-6p) Used Tack Store Support, ...
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FW: AN URGENT CALL FOR NEWBORN FOALS IN THE SHIPPER’S PEN, – A NEW “DON’T LET ME SHIP TO SLAUGHTER” DEADLINE, & MORE LIVES SAVED

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: YOU did it! YOU kept Smokey & the Bandit, and poor Buddy from being loaded on the "trailer of death". It is with a broken heart I share the news, that for Bandit, his journey would end long before we wanted. We had to alleviate Bandit's pain, as he suffered a horrific case of colic. I have no doubt his condition played a huge part in it all just being too much for him to fight. It was the right thing to do for him, and he is running free in Heaven. As much as it hurts to lose him so much sooner than we wanted, y'all saved him from the horror of being sent to slaughter, and sometimes we are only here to provide temporary love and care. So we decided to rescue another horse in his honor. Unfortunately, when we saw "LIL BANDITO", we came across two other horses that were on the list to ship to their death, today!!!. So we had to step up, and pray our Chilly Pepper Family is on board with saving the two new ones also. IN THE MIDDLE OF ALL OF THIS, I received another phone call. Chilly Pepper has 2 NEWBORN BABIES AND A 5 DAY OLD, waiting for us in WA. As their tiny little lives unfold, little do they know that in a few days they will lose their Mama's, and our Chilly Pepper Family will be the ONLY CHANCE they have at life. These babies are ONLY OFFERED to CHILLY PEPPER. No other rescues are allowed access to these babies. If history repeats itself, I will be picking up more than 3 when I get the notice he is "shipping the horses". There are times when we have the opportunity ...
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