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What Will You Name Her?

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: This adorable baby girl was born at AAE on 2/22/22. She and mom are both happy and healthy. We've enjoyed watching them bond and seeing baby learn and grow over the past few weeks. (Read more about their story below.) Baby girl doesn't have a name yet because we'd like your help picking one for her! We're auctioning naming rights right now! You'll be able to pick her name AND help cover some of her basic care costs. If you'd like a chance at choosing her name, visit our Facebook page before this Sunday at 5pm to place your bid! How It Works: Bidding begins Wednesday, March 16 at 9am PT and closes ...
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Chilly Pepper – NORMAN UPDATE – HE IS DYING – heading to WSU to give him his only chance. $2500 down needed.

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: Norman has what Doc thinks is a rare blood disorder where he is allergic to whatever colostrum he received from his Mama before she died. I am loading him up to go to WSU, but I need to raise $2500 to get him in. Most likely he will need a complete blood transfusion. He had a plasma transfusion, but that is completely different. If he does not get this chance he will die for sure. I know it is a lot of money, but he has fought so hard and is such a happy little mess. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE help me try and save him. You an donate directly to WSU at 509-335-0711 ...
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Did You Hear?

The following is from All About Equine Animal Rescue: Guess what??? It's time to meet AAE's cutest and littlest new herd member! ​In June 2021, we took in two reported pregnant mares as part of a nearby animal services case involving multiple animals. Shortly after arrival, our vet came for exams and ultrasounds. One showed a foal, the other did not. Dr. Stolba estimated mom-to-be was three to four months along, which meant baby was due in February or March. Fast-forward to February 22, 2022 (2/22/22), and mama gave birth to a beautiful filly! This baby girl is mostly legs and one of the most adorable foals we have ever seen (but aren't they all?). Baby girl is healthy and so ...
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Chilly Pepper – Newborn Norman needs your help!

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: Received a 911 call today for a baby found alone with his dead Mama. He needs plasma n fluids and we are currently at Goldendale Veterinary Hospital for some emergency care. This is the 3rd baby so far and all have needed vet care, in addition to the normal bloodwork required for every baby. Norman said he would really appreciate your love n support. Kimmy n Ms. Kisses are doing better. Ms. Kisses is still.on antibiotics and clay treatment for her bite wounds. Of course this caused raging diarrhea, so she is not a "Mama fan" right now lol. She is getting BioSponge way more often than she thinks she should. PLEASE HELP ...
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Updated Orphan 911 ! Two trips to Goldendale and 2 beautiful orphaned foals, (one injured), both eating and drinking

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: UPDATE - Kimmy has a new sister. Ms. Kisses was found injured on the range. She had been attacked by a predator (as best we can tell). So the 1st TWO orphans of the season are here. Both needed vet care and are eating and drinking well. KIMMY is Here. She is an abandoned, orphan foal. She was found scared, alone, hungry and cold in the mountains. We are heading to Doc right now, but are going to need your help now. She has lots of ticks and is pretty shaky. No idea how long she has survived alone. Any time they are abandoned, you have to worry about why!! She needs your ...
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Saying Farewell

The following is from Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue: Saying Farewell.. We hope everyone and their animals have been faring well through the crazy mood swings of mother nature this winter. Here in Acworth NH we have been battling the frigid temperatures, where we have had weeks on end of below zero temperatures. For us at the rescue it has been brutal. Brutal on us and our bodies, mentally, and of course for the animals in our care who are always our first priority. Last Monday while doing morning chores and check ups we noticed one of our newest rescue additions, Andele was acting off. As most of you donkey lovers know, when a donkey who is stoic ...
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