This organization will provide education regarding equine care to the public, assist governmental authorities in rescuing and rehabilitating equines who have been neglected or abused, and provide foster-care, rehabilitation and rehoming services for horses that have been abandoned, surrendered to the organization, or seized by law enforcement agencies. The organization will seek public funding and will accept donations to finance feed, transport, shelter, farrier and vetting costs of the horses in the organization’s care, and may assist horse owners in caring for their horses in order to prevent neglect or surrender. The organization will house horses in volunteer foster homes pending rehoming. Although the organization’s primary emphasis will be on equines, the organization may occasionally provide services to other livestock and companion animals in need of placement and care. All organization activities will be conducted by its board members and volunteers.
~ ~ ~ 501(c)3 non profit organization as of 1/2012 ~ ~ ~
We, as a group, saw a need not being met in the
Tri-state area of West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio.
We make an honest effort to do the best we can to save
as many horses as we can in our area and give those horses a true chance at a better life.
We offer two types of primarily services to
help animals, mainly horses, in need:
#1 We bring horses into our rescue, get them on
"their feet," subject adopters to an application
process and the horses adopt on contracts.
The horses carry small adoption fees to help
off set their care while in rescue.
#2 We offer networking for horses either in
dire situations or with the potential to end up in
a bad situation. This is compromised of a shorter screening process without a contract with their placement.