Originally Posted by sarahver
That's fantastic, great work! It is so nice to see pictures and stories like yours as it just makes me think that another horse has been given a good life when it looked like they were headed for a horrible life.
"All horses deserve, at least once in their lives, to be loved by a little girl" My favourite horse saying! (as you can probably tell).
Keep us posted with his progress!
Well I'm 6'2, so not exactly "little", but I'm still young so maybe that can still qualify me? :P By the way, thanks! I like that quote too :)
If I had more money, I'd take in more at a time, but I've found the safest route for the horse is just taking one at a time and dumping all of my money into their rehabilitation. That way the horse gets the very best care, and has a better chance of finding a good forever home later on. Since my rescues are out of my own pocket (I buy the horse if necessary, pay for the feed, vet bills, farrier bills, etc), I am limited with how many I can take in every year. I want to get involved with a local rescue, or some organization, so I can do more.