Veterinary Emergencies

sunnie.closeup.aug2016 (1)The past few weeks have been hectic with last minute rescue calls for horses in need at low-end kill auctions and needing removal from neglectful owners.

And to top it off, several of the rescue horses have required urgent medical attention!

With our critical lawsuit rapidly moving forward against the horrible wild mare sterilization, our budget is really strained right now. Can you help us get through this rough patch?

Fighting off Setbacks:

  • Sunnie’s nasty respiratory infection turned into pneumonia and she needs stronger (more expensive) antibiotics to help her get well.
  • Tilly’s blood work came back with strong indicators of Cushings disease. She needs long-term medication to manage symptoms.

We need to raise $350 to help Sunnie and Tilly:

  • Serena was kicked during turn out and required an emergency call, stitches and multiple bandage changes.
  • Jingo had a flare up of a painful eye condition and was prescribed several eye ointments and strong antibiotics as he didn’t respond to the initial medication.

Can you help us raise $750 to help Serena and Jingo during their expensive healing process:

Prefer to mail in a much-needed contribution to help with emergency medical needs?
Download our mail-in donation form here.

We also have several new horses receiving initial medical evaluations. Can you send a gift today to support Misty, Genie, and Ole Man?

Veterinary care is crucial to truly saving rescue horses. We greatly appreciate your tax-deductible contribution to ensure our horses continue receiving everything they need to be healthy.

P.S. – Good news to share. Cinnamon and Sebastian were recently adopted into a loving new home. We’re happy this mother and son can remain together!

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