Since 2007, Tawnee and Jason Preisner, founder of Horse Plus Humane Society, have kept a Blog about the day-to-day happenings and news of Horse Plus Humane Society. All the blogs are archived and available for reading.

Would you donate $1 to save a horse?

Would you donate $1 to save a horse? We have over 16,000 people on our email list and 250,000 fans on Facebook, imagine if each one of them donated just $1! We would make a huge difference in the lives of so many horses! We have raised enough funds to rescue and shelter 7 horses so far!  It cost approximately $1,000 to rescue a horse from auction, transport it to our shelter, give it veterinarian care, vaccinations, antibiotics, deworming, microchipped, and farrier care, 30 days of quarantine, training and provide sheltering while in our adoption program.

There are some horses at auction that our Mercy Saves, these are suffering horses that should have been humanely euthanized but their owners took them to auction instead. We rescue as many of these horses as we can, give them love and kindness and be there for them in the end, it’s heartbreaking but every animal deserves love and compassion. There will be approximately 100 horses at the auction we will be going to. We will save as many horses as we can, how many horses will we rescue? That depends on your support! Give Now!

By phone: 1-888-HPHS-077
Horse Plus Humane Society
P.O. Box 485, Hohenwald, TN 38462
Thank You For Your Support! Tawnee Preisner
Horse Plus Humane Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare organization, tax ID #20-1156396.

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Your support is vitally important to our mission of saving horses in need. A $10 donation will purchase a 50 pound bag of feed for a hungry horse. $150 will cover a horses first initial veterinarian evaluation and first farrier care. Will you help a horse today?