Burros, Burros and more Burros! Wildhorse Ranch Rescue recently acquired 23 burros from a Department of Agriculture auction. The burros crossed the Mexican border into Arizona near Ajo. We have all ages, sizes and personalities; check out our website for adoption application and/or additional information. Adoption fee is $200.
Wild Horse Rescue Ranch:
Our mission is to save equines from abuse, neglect, slaughter and premature death and to provide a safe place for them to live for the remainder of their life. WHRR was started in 1995 by Kim Meagher (pronounced ma-her), the organization gained its 501c (3) status in 2000. WHRR is located in Gilbert, Arizona and is currently home to numerous rescued, equines. Currently, we have three, retired US Forest Service equines who are retired at the ranch after having worked tirelessly for the government. Since our beginnings, we have saved the lives of over 150 horses. WHRR is also the home to about 30 rescued, spayed/neutered cats that live at our ranch in Kitty City and Majestic Gardens. All are cats are provided with a safe home, food and vet care. In addition, we rescue stray, starving dogs and cats from the Grand Canyon through our Havasu-Pup Program.
WHHR relies solely on donations from our supporters and the kindness of those who volunteer their time to care and feed our animals. Donations may be made through our website or you can submit your donations by mail to:
Wildhorse Ranch Rescue
PO Box 3080
Gilbert, AZ 85299-3080
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