Welcome to Habitat For Horses!|Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Pictures of ranch life at a horse rescue 

Habitat for Horses baby donkey

It takes a great deal of love and hands on work to bring abused and neglected horses back to health and made ready for new loving homes. We are fortunate to have great workers and volunteers – including Cowboy Poet Smokey Culver, out at our rehabilitation center. Beyond the hands on work he does, Smokey has taken some great pictures. Remember its not just those of us who work here that keep our doors open… it is only possible through the support you give. Without your donations, these horses would still be abused or sent to slaughter. Anytime you donate, you join the effort to stop horse abuse, to help bring an end to horse slaughter. The joy in Asia’s eyes when Smokey finally coaxes her to eat a carrot would never happen.

Click here to donate – join us in saving more horses and burros from terrible fates ~ HfH

Pictures of Habitat for Horses by Smokey Culver

 

If you live in the South East Texas / Houston area and would like to volunteer, click here.


Habitat for Horses recently lost 100 acres of grazing land needed to feed our rescued horses! Your help is desperately needed! Without this land we can not rescue other abused and neglected horses. Please donate today. Find out more by clicking here.