Spring has Sprung Babies will Come!
Johnny Mule was also pulled. He is a lovely supersweet boy, only 4 years old coming to PMR. Their arrival date is about 14 days out.
This time of year is OVERWHELMING with pregnant mares being discarded and dumped on kill lots. I have been asked to help 14 mares in the last 24 hours.....it's heart breaking and frustrating to see the complete disregard for life.
Grace was saved last nite. Nobody wanted this buckskin mare. Why? because she was frightened and untouchable. Julia couldn't stop thinking of her, and after a sleepless nite offered her own money to pay ransom. Grace will do 30 days in QT before coming to Calif.
The money were are raising here is for WillowMae, Cinnamon Jim and Grace. Honestly it's just the beginning of foaling season and we want to save as many lives as possible.
We need your help! We cannot do our work with out your support! If you cannot donate, perhaps you know someone who might be interested in helping. Perhaps you'd like to foster a mare with a new foal at her side. Sometimes a simple share creates great opportunity for these lives on the brink.
This is our Mother's Day wish ~ Helping moms and their little ones to safety!
With love & Gratitude ~ Lynn
Willow mae and her colt Cinnamon Jim and Mr. Little Britches Johhny are getting ready to head to Calif. Angela is locating the hauler she trusts and one that will hopefully give us a deal!
Please go to http://www.pregnantmarerescue.org/blog
and see ALL the pictures sent.
Don't be discouraged...they are coming along!!!
The vet put them on a bit of omeprazole to settle the intestinal track, and wounds have been addressed. The mare with leg and flank wound will go to the vet daily for hydrotherapy.
Johnny is doing very well, putting on weight and enjoying life. His grain is absolutely his favorite !
Mares may have stress uclers, one has 2 significant injuries that need treatment. Even Saffy , the bay filly has scapes and bruises:(. I posted the more graphic images on our website http://www.pregnantmarerescue.org/blog
I am asking you to please share. These horses so desperately needed a soft place to land. Thank you~Lynn