We have a new baby here at Habitat for Horses ….. and more!

Gina, a 6 year old beauty of a Quarter Horse, was surrendered to Habitat for Horses underweight and pregnant back in January 2015. She has given birth a wonderful little colt – we call him Ty. Both his mom, Gina, and Ty are available for adoption! Every horse deserves a loving home! Spread the word – let’s find them a new home! They cannot be adopted separately until Ty is weaned – but we will consider giving them both to someone who knows how to care for a nursing mare and her baby. These pictures will surely tug your heart:




If you are look for a different kind of four legged friend to give a loving home – Habitat for Horses now also has several pot bellied pigs, a couple of adorable kittens and 2 wonderful ranch dogs that need homes. Take a peek at the pictures below. You can view more pictures and information by going to http://www.habitatforhorses.org/adoptable-pot-bellied-pigs-cats-and-dogs/




  • Daryl

    I hope she can feed him okay, the baby is so cute, Mama is still bet better then in Jan. Love the other animals you have too, wish them good loving homes for ever.

    July 24, 2015
  • MS

    They’re all so beautiful — thank you — you surely all have your plates full …

    July 24, 2015
  • Kathleen Kennedy

    Thank you H4H for this update on “Gina” & her new foal “TY”.. Also, many thanks for all that you do for other beloved critters. You are the BEST!!

    July 24, 2015
  • Daniel Cordero

    Beautiful! Looks like Cisco has a new friend to play with.

    July 24, 2015
  • sherriey

    i rescue cats and kittens, neuter them, vaccinate them, test them for Felv/Fiv, worm them…and then find them good homes…if i don’t fall in love with them first. i work for a Vet. in my earlier yrs i use to breed Apps…no, i don’t do that any more since this unwanted horse issue has become a problem. the girls and i are all in our “golden” years….lol. i have also been a horsey midwife and momma/foal caretaker until baby was 3-4 month, for people that didn’t know how to care for foals….handling and halter breaking were included. have even had a foal in that was very ill and had to give IV antibiotics and fluids several times a day. i’d love to be able to care for your baby and mare. its been awhile since a foal was here…i miss that alot. love the babies!!!
    but i live in NY….too far away????????

    July 24, 2015
  • Marilyn

    Awww…now that is love…how precious..prayers for Gina and baby finding a loving home…hugs.

    July 25, 2015