"DID YA KNOW" OF THE DAY
Did ya know that often a mare in the wild will nurse an orphaned foal?
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Our beautiful Arabian Pearl was saved just in the nick of time from being euthanized.
Bonnie & Clyde
These two magnificent beings were headed for death row because of over crowding at a shelter. Luck was with them because someone who cared took the time to cry out to us.
WE NOW HAVE A RAIN CATCHMENT SYSTEM!
This rain catchment system is on our hospital but we hope to have the funds to put one on every shelter before winter comes.
BABIES - BABIES - BABIES!
Since Easter morning we now have been blessed with three surprise babies. Mother and babies all doing well. Thank you mommas, Miracles, Poppy and Prosperity for infants Wonder, Promise and PJ.
MEET OUR PRECIOUS LLAMAS!
Here we have our beautiful new llamas Powder and Baby.
Our hearts were completely broken when a law was passed that horses can now be slaughtered in the USA. Therefore, we decided to do something about it. On May 25, 2012 the mission of Humanity for Horses married the already existing Run for Home Haven, a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing thoroughbreds. Our goal together is to rescue and sanctuary 144 horses along with any other animals that come with them. We hope to achieve this by 2014. To date, we have rescued 51 horses and brought together Thoroughbreds, Mustangs, Morgans and Quarter horses.
Our sanctuary has 151 acres of pasture which adjoins 200 more acres that have been generously donated to us. We are planning to build a hospital and a quarantine and rehabilitation area. We have open barns for protection against rain and windy conditions.
Humanity for Horses is a 501c3 non-profit organization devoted to the safety and well-being of animals. We rescue horses from slaughter, abuse, neglect and abandonment providing them sanctuary for the rest of their life. While rescuing horses, we also free the other animals that have been imprisoned with them in the abusive or abandoned situations.
We also have a Thoroughbred program. We rescue Thoroughbreds from indivudals and sanctuary Thoroughbreds off the track. They have their own unique place on the sanctuary and receive an abundance of love and care.
Because the animals have experienced such abuse and neglect, we are devoted to giving them top quality nutrition, traditional and non-traditional medicine, massages and endless hours of love and comfort. We truly are an animal spa.
We do not adopt out these horses. We are their home for the rest of their life. However, we do have a foster program. Please check the donation section.
To date, at our sanctuaries we are blessed to have along with our horses, rescued donkeys, goats, llamas, dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, birds, a chinchilla,
a rooster, a hen and even fish.
IF WE ARE NOT PART OF THE SOLUTION, WE ARE PART OF THE PROBLEM
From the beginning of time, horses have been considered heavenly creatures, teaching and guiding us. They have served mankind willingly and devotedly, and now they are being completely threatened.
We have much to learn from the horse. There are horses who want to be near people. Though humans have used them, abused them, trashed them and killed them, they still want to engage and love.
As we heard the cry from these magnificent souls, we knew we had to do something.
We are so grateful to others who are doing the same. Together, unified, we believe
we can stop this crisis and become the humanity we were destined to be.
WHITE HOUSE BUDGET HAS NO FUNDING FOR HORSE SLAUGHTER INSPECTION
April 15, 2013
Presently, based on the below fact, there is no horse slaughter in the USA. Our voices matter... we just need more voices.
The White House 2014 budget does not have any funding for horse slaughter inspection. There is no money available to inspect horse meat under the Federal Meat Inspection Act, the Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act, or the Code of Federal Regulations. This will prevent the slaughter of horses for human consumption in this country. See the full story here.