Equine Rescues

 

 

 

 

 

List of Equine Rescues


BABIES, BABIES, BABIES – THEY JUST KEEP COMING! CAN WE KEEP SAVING THEM ALL?

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: IT IS BABY TIME!!! 6 babies in WA, and 3 in NV. We are in full on Baby Season, and it is a bit more complicated this year. Not only are we, (so far), pretty much the only rescue working on saving as many of the Yakama wild horses being shipped to slaughter as we can, we are once again the "go to" rescue in NV for the Virginia Range orphaned and injured horses. So while I was in WA handling those kids, Matt was in NV, and picked up 3 more orphaned foals. As always, we try and work with as many other folks as we can. Thankfully we were able to leave 3 of the babies with other "team members" in WA. To borrow a quote from Block Chain, "Team Work, makes the Dream Work". However, we still have 7 orphans here who are are ages 2-3 days up to a couple months? And then we have our 5 or 6 month old who is barely here, came in literally covered in ticks and starving to boot. We still have 8 of the Pauite yearlings from the Palomino Valley roundup, as well as all the kids from the latest rescue. (Photo below shows some of the boys from the prior rescue.) Good news, Buddy may get to keep his eye, although he is still blind on one side. We have lots of starving kids who will need special groceries, and more vet care, for some time. So the babies NEED MILK MONEY, and we still need to do more vetting on the kids from the latest rescue. We had some wonderful donations, which nearly caught us up from last month, so we are once again current with all of our vet ...
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THANK YOU for your donation and your love and support!

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: Hi, I just wanted to say THANK YOU!. Your donation and your love and support for these horses has made it possible to change so many lives. Together we have saved well over a thousand lives. You are the reason we can do this, and as hard as it is, I am extremely grateful that together, we are making such a difference. I am getting ready to make milk for the babies we just picked up. (The photo above are some of the milk babies we saved last month.). I will send new pix out shortly, but wanted to let you know how much everything you do is appreciated. I am not always quick to get out personal thank you's, but I hope you will forgive me as it is just myself and my hubby doing all of this. I know it doesn't excuse a slow thank you, but it's all I got. God bless and please know how much we appreciate you being part of our Chilly Pepper Family. Together we are strong and can keep on saving lives. Hugs and love, Palomino (Lauri) and Matt IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KEEP HELPING US SAVE MORE LIVES, YOU CAN GO TO: You can go to gofundmel You can go to Paypal if you would like to help these horses.                                                                      ->You can donate via check at: Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang, PO Box # 190 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 ...
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Big Day or Giving is Coming!

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: Get Ready it is Almost Here!    Join AAE for Big Day of Giving on May 2nd, starting at midnight! What is Big Day of Giving? The Sacramento Region Community Foundation's Big Day of Giving is once-annual 24-hour giving challenge to help over 600 local nonprofits raise funds to make a difference in the Sacramento region. It's the culmination of an entire year's worth of community-building and collaboration, made possible by donors like you and community partners, like Western Health Advantage. Last year with your support AAE raised over $10,000 for our horses. To learn more about Big Day of Giving, visit www.bigdayofgiving.org . This year AAE hopes you can help us raise $15,000 to help FILL the BARN!  Your donation of any amount will help feed a horse or offset the cost of veterinary care, farrier care or dental care. $25 helps to provide feed to an average horse for about two weeks, $50 helps provide feed for an average horse for about a month, and $100 helps provides feed and basic care to an average horse for about a month! How Can You Help? DONATE You can donate to AAE on Thursday, May 2! Donations as little as $15 make a big difference, and your gifts can help us win some of the $100,000 in prizes that are up for grabs! You can also schedule your donation now! Click Here Why Wait?! These scheduled gifts will be processed on May 2nd and will guarantee you help up meet our goal! So Easy!   CREATE Rally your networks to give during Big Day of Giving with a fundraising campaign! Click the "Fundraise" button on the Big Day of Giving website: Click Here and build a personal campaign to encourage your friends to give, too. Share the link with your ...
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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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