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First Time Donkey Owner?

The following is from Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue: Save Your Ass Needs A Forever Home After graciously housing the rescue for over 15 years Ann and Jeff are ready to have their property back and enjoy a peaceful retirement together. We have also outgrown our home and need more space so that the rescue can stretch its legs and expand. If you own a property or know of someone who may have the perfect fit. Click Here To Read More What's New At The Rescue? We have a full house right now of rescues and are currently housing 15 equines, and have quite the waiting list to come in. It's very important to us to keep a manageable amount of ...

Chilly Pepper – A different kind of 911. Urgent help needed for these babies and more nursery space. Please help now!

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: Hi, This is a bit of a different fundraiser. We always need help for feed, vetting and saving lives; however, there is an extremely urgent need to get more nursery space to keep our babies safe and provide what they need. This is Tika after one of her "episodes". Thankfully they seem to be slowing down. (She needs a big enough space so she can be safe inside and have enough room with the door closed to prevent this). _I have attached pictures of DaBubbles when he was attacked by a mountain lion. Folks say it won't happen, but they obviously have no idea what they are talking about. It absolutely did. He is now ...

Introducing Our Newest Donkey Friends!

The following is from All About Equine Rescue. All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc. Help us kickstart this year's event and reach our goal by making an early gift anytime until May 4 at 11:59pm. (Only one week left!)  Or, raise the bar by pledging matching funds! Inspire giving and make your impact twice as BIG! To learn more about starting your own matching funds campaign for AAE, send us an email. Give Early Other Ways to Give
  1. Mail a check to All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc., 2201 Francisco Drive #140-174, El Dorado Hills, CA 95762 (AAE will not be charged any transaction fees).
  2. Text AAEBDOG to 53-555.
  3. Donate onour website (AAE may be charged a transaction fee, but it ...

Chilly Pepper – MORE ORPHANS – Tika and one literally on the way. Tica needed extensive emergency care. These babies need help now!!

The following is from Chilly Pepper - Miracle Mustang: HELP PLEASE! Another call from the Catcher. The night before last I received an emergency call about an orphan abandoned by her band. I was able to get her through the night, and we spent most of the day yesterday at the vet. She needed everything imaginable, and Doc still only gave her a 30% chance of survival. She is still here, but my vet bill has now skyrocketed again. I RECEIVED ANOTHER CALL A FEW MINUTES AGO. The Catcher and his family were branding cows and came upon an abandoned filly. She is alone and extremely young, with no teeth and is on her way. There is a really good chance we may need to ...

Bonnie Needs YOU!

The following is from All About Equine Rescue. All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc. Big Day of Giving is Thursday, May 4, but EARLY giving starts TODAY!  Help us kickstart this year's event and reach our goal by making an early gift anytime from today until May 4 at midnight.  Or, raise the bar by pledging matching funds! Inspire giving and make your impact twice as BIG! To learn more about starting your own matching funds campaign for AAE, send us an email. Give Early Other Ways to Give
  1. Mail a check to All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc., 2201 Francisco Drive #140-174, El Dorado Hills, CA 95762 (AAE will not be charged any transaction fees)
  2. Donate onour website (AAE may ...

Handsome Ryder wants YOU!

This is an update from All About Equine Rescue. All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc. RYDER Ryder is an estimated 17 year old non-riding gelding who is looking for a family to call his own! AAE welcomed Ryder in April 2021. Prior to arrival, a young couple had rescued him from a neglectful situation. He was very thin, had long hooves, and lived alone in a pasture. Ryder's owner released him to the couple, and they helped him gain weight, trimmed his hooves, and started to build his confidence. Unfortunately, Ryder was lame in the front and hind, and they were concerned he had possibly foundered. The couple didn't have the finances to help him further. Once at AAE, his ...