11-25-09

Happy Thanksgiving!

We want to share some of the things we are thankful for this Thanksgiving.
We are thankful for getting only 28 flat tires so far this year and not 30!

We are thankful that we were able to save Phoenix before it was too late…

… and that today, Phoenix is a beautiful, healthy and happy horse!

We are thankful that there were no fires this year where horses had to be evacuated to the rescue! Remember last year… it was bad!

We are thankful for all of our hard working volunteers. They are not afraid to get their feet dirty!

We are thankful that Prince survived being born 30 days premature. He was so little, only 30 pounds with a 30% chance of surviving!

We are thankful that we where able to improve our quarantine area so much this year.

We are thankful for Macho Man and Dottie, they brighten up everyone’s lives they come in contact with.


We are thankful for warm sunny days at the rescue and that we where able to improve the fencing to panels this year.

We are thankful that Lilly’s Bumblebee is the 1000th horse we have rescued since 2003!


We are thankful for your support that allows us to give an option to horse owners who have no other option.

We are thankful for a great board of directors, one of which is willing to fly through the air just to help out a little more.

We are thankful for all our wonderful adopters, who step forward to do what they can to help save lives! Opening their homes to those who have none.
We are thankful for your support that allows us to rescue horses from livestock auctions, saving them from the slaughterhouse.

We are thankful for a great vet, she spends so much of her time helping us out with the rescued horses and gives a 40% discount to our vet bills. Thank You Dr. Weaver!

We are thankful that little Parcy’s purpose in life is not a piece of veal on a plate. We are also thankful for good old Jack.

We are thankful for people like Ruby that do what they can to raise funds to help rescue horses.
We are thankful for each and every donation, especially when they come with sweet letters such as this: “My daughter Sasha and I read your blog daily and we love what you do! We were so touched by Parcy’s story that Sasha took $$ out of her piggy bank to help him and the horses. Thank you for all that you do. We’re huge fans!”
We are thankful for each and every one of you that give what you can, both financially and emotionally, to further our mission of mercy.
Have a great Thanksgiving, due to the holiday the next blog update will be on Sunday. We will be welcoming visitors on Sunday at the rescue.

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