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.

URGENT! Auction Rescue Next Week!


URGENT! Our auction rescue team is going to the auction on Tuesday June 22rd, and we need your help to rescue horses! Thousands of horses are being exported into Mexico for a horrible death at slaughter each year, but together we can change that. It costs us around $1,000-$1,500 to rescue a horse out of the slaughter pipeline, give the horse veterinarian care, quarantine, training, sheltering and placement into a loving home. You can help us change the lives of slaughter bound horses and give them a second chance!

We will rescue any horse we can, regardless of their condition, even if the kindest option for them is the Last Act of Kindness. We go to the auction monthly to rescue as many horses as we possibly can from the slaughter pipeline. Please help us save horses at the auction, without your help, we can’t help them!

Every donation, whether great or small, is greatly appreciated and goes towards rescuing precious lives from the slaughter pipeline.

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Horse Plus Humane Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal welfare organization & has been rescuing horses since 2003, tax ID #20-1156396.

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