The Auction Rescue Fund is used to rescue and care for animals, usually horses, saved from auctions. Auction houses are the entry point into the slaughter pipeline for thousands and thousands of horses every year. At auctions killer buyers are always there, eyeing the horses with keen, practiced eyes, noting their weight, counting the dollars they could make from their brutal slaughter. Many animal owners use auctions to dump animals that should be humanely euthanized due to disease, pain, and injury: then the animals face the horrific trip to slaughter. Many times the animals we rescue from auctions are so abused and injured, phyisically and/or emotionally, that all we can do is give them love and the Last Act of Kindness. No animal deserves to suffer the horrors of the slaughter pipeline, you can make that difference! Please make your donation now, donations great and small are greatly appreciated.
The SAFE Fund (Saving Animals From Endangerment) is the main rescue fund used for the SAFE Surrender Sites, hardship owner surrenders, rescuing abandoned animals, and to care for the animals that are rescued. This fund is the heart and soul of rescuing animals in need, your support is the difference between life and death, care and neglect, love and indifference. Please make your donation now, it will make a dramatic impact on an animals life. Donations great and small are greatly appreciated.
This fund provides owners of horses that need to be allowed to pass on gently, with love and compassion, the opportunity to give their beloved equine pet the ultimate last gift of kindness: a peaceful death. Each month we hold a free euthanasia clinic for horses. Each horse that is brought to the clinic is evaluated by our staff and veterinarian for its condition of life and adoptability. If the equine has a good quality of life and is adoptable, we bring it into our rescue organization. This program keeps each of these animals from being sent through an auction, sent to slaughter, etc. Read more...
Gelding a stallion can be very costly and many horse owners find themselves unable to pay to have their stallion gelded, due to the high cost of the surgery. The stallion begins breeding mares many of his offspring end up across the boarders in a slaughterhouse because nobody really wanted them.
We cover $125 of the cost and the owner of the stallion only has to pay $25 -$75 depending on the age of the stallion through our vet.