When I got the news of my aggressive cancer, my horses were at the front of my mind. Dh thought he would keep them , but that only lasted a few days- With everything else on the farm, they would be short-changed-& he can feed , but he's not really a rider & 1 is only seven &full of energy & too small for his big frame I luckily got into hospice & the social worker there knew lots of people & I was able to sell my 2 mares & my sweet jenny burro to wonderful homes where they will be used & loved. What a relief that was!. And I al so get little feedbacks about them, which is so nice! Kudos to you for thining of this-it's an important subject!