We are very excited to announce that NorCal Equine Rescue is expanding. Our new division is called Starving for Love. As you may know, at a livestock auction recently Tawnee just had to rescue a calf, who was quickly named Parcy. If you are somewhere and you see a problem, you should do what you can to help. That is what we are doing, providing a way for infant calves that have never known love to be given love, compassion, food, and then given the last act of kindness. We could turn a blind eye to the infants cry, acting as if they do not exist, but we cannot. No animal deserves to suffer, especially innocent babies.
The new website is: www.SaveTheCalf.com. Also there is an email group for the Starving for Love email list. Everyone that receives the NorCal Equine Rescue blog in their email will be added to the list, if you do not wish to be on the list, there will be an unsubscribe link at the bottom of the Starving for Love email. By clicking on that link you will not be unsubscribed from NorCal Equine Rescue’s daily blog email.
The other exciting news is that Tawnee has donated Parcy to the Starving for Love campaign to be used as a mascot and ambassador for all calves that need help. Sponsors are needed for Parcy, if you are interested in sponsoring him, click here.
With the cold weather, we are upping our daily grain feed to help the horses our during this cold spell.
There was no visitors at the rescue, no doubt they were all curled up in blankets at home sipping hot drinks. That was not the luck for the rescue staff and volunteers today. Linda bundled up extra warm. Tawnee found extra ear warmers to keep everyone’s ears warm.
We would like to greatly thank Julia S. – Judy H. – Nancy P. – Molly H. – Donna A. – Pamela M. – Teresa L. – Yvonne P. – Patricia F. – Jennifer G. – Taryn M. – Brenda S. – Gay M. – Lynn and Ruby T. for their generous donations over the weekend. The rescue can’t rescue without your support! We really appreciate those that donate to the general operating fund as we are really going through a lot of feed and hay right now.