Who doesn't find miniature horses and little ponies absolutely adorable? We most certainly do! We feel very sorry for these tiny tots that end up at auctions and kill pens. When purchased by kill buyers, they get stuffed into stock trailers with full sized horses and get injured. It doesn't get any better when they arrive at the kill pens; they get shoved in with full sized horses and get beat up and starved down. Those that are not lucky enough to get saved, are sold by the kill pens to feed the carnivores at zoos. We try to help as many of these tiny ones as we can.
️ HELP PLEASE!️
This poor starved and foundered mini mare needs a lot of help! She is at a horse auction tonight. We can't unsee her!
Someone starved her to the point she is very weak. Her founder is so bad, her hooves and soft tissues have to hurt a lot. Somebody let her hooves grow out so severely that they curled over and somebody used a saw and cut them off before they brought her to auction. What living soul should suffer at the hands of man this way? This makes us so sad and angry!!!
PLEASE, help us win the bid against the kill buyers tonight, we need to help her, Village! She will need x-rays, pain killers and a really good hoof trimmer after we get her safe. We need your help, please donate to help her.
12:34am 12-2-2021 UPDATE
We won the bid! We have this little girl paid for and about to load onto transport to the rescue. Because she is in poor condition, the transporter is getting her out of the auction grounds tonight. We have raised enough for transport now, (thank you donors!) and only need to worry about getting enough donations for the vet to come and examine her, do bloodwork and take x-rays of her coffin bones in the foundered hoof capsules. Then we will have the vet and farrier confer and decide how to trim her badly neglected hooves. But tonight.....first step is getting her to the rescue, getting her comfortable in shavings and giving her hay and water and hugs!Please help with a donation for her veterinary care needs and her farrier work she will need, if you can. There is a Donate button at the bottom of this page. Thank you!