SPONSOR a Horse or Donkey Rescue
When you sponsor, you will be invited for a private tour, including meet and greet, photo opportunities, a full bio and some special gifts. For each year of sponsorship, you will receive updates, photos, a tax-deductible letter, and entry to our open house.
Our horse rescue focuses on older horses and mini horses. Elderly horses require a great deal in their final years. It costs $200 a month for our volunteers to feed them hay, grain and multiple supplements and that doesn't even begin to cover farrier, the dentist, medications or veterinary bills which can be $500 a visit. Mini horses cost us $150 a month. We look forward to your help!
Gabby and her sister, Gracie (below), were our first "auction intercept" case. We worked in conjunction with Horse Angels to prevent these two girls from going to auction, where one never knows what will happen. Gabby is 12 years old and mini horses can live to be 40 so we'll have her for a long time! She would love a sponsor to help us take the best possible care of her.
Just look at that face! Gracie is as sweet as they come. She and her sister had a long trip to get to West Place, and they were intercepted prior to auction down in PA. Their owner had a stroke and the family didn't want to care for them and were sending them to auction. Another organization reached out to us to see if we could help and we were happy to take in these adorable little munchkins. But even munchkins cost money and we would love your monthly sponsorship!
Our donkeys come from kill pens and they require a great deal. It costs $100 a month for our volunteers to feed them hay and multiple supplements and that doesn't even begin to cover farrier, the dentist, medications or veterinary bills which can be $500 a visit.
We look forward to your help!
Before Charles was born, his mom was rescued from a kill pen. The authorities and SPCAs have always kept us so busy that we never ventured into rescues like this but it was time to get involved and help out. Charles’ mom was pregnant with him when she was going to be taken to slaughter. Fortunately, he didn’t know the suffering that she did. We are fortunate to have this little mini with us now. Sponsor him and get to meet this amazing little guy!
Sweet and timid Timothy wasn't as lucky as Charles. He was already born and alive when he was sent to slaughter. And then he got really sick, ending up in the hospital for a long time. He pulled through but is going to need a lot of work, and a lot of love, and he will get all that and more here. Your support will help us give him all he needs.