Marjorie Farabee, Director of Wild Burro Affairs for Wild Horse Freedom Federation, is also the Manager of TMR Rescue at Todd Mission Ranch in Plantersville, TX. When fences needed mending after heavy rains, she got a little help from a few of her Wild Horse Freedom Federation friends. Photos below are of the burros, R.T. & Terry Fitch, and Kat Marr (Secretary of Wild Horse Freedom Federation).
“Thanks Deb; it is always a pleasure to visit our good friend, Marjorie, and all of her hundreds of long eared friends (they all reside only about 16 miles from our ranch, just a hop, skip and a trot away)
Marjorie has been a true blue friend for many years and the adventures that she and Terry have been involved with has taken the dynamic duo from the mountains of west Texas, (trying to keep the Wild Burros from being shot and gunned down by the state of Texas) to Oklahoma where they saved a small herd of Wild Burros captured by the BLM. They get around so the opportunity for me to lend a hand was most welcome!’ ~ R.T.
Source: TMR Rescue facebook page
By Marjorie Farabee, Director of Wild Burro Affairs, Wild Horse Freedom Federation
R.T. did not bring a coat! So, he had to move really, really fast to stay warm. Easter wanted to know what he was up to and was there for quality ASSurance. Good job, Easter!
Terry was frozen, and so was I. But, everyone kept working. The fence was bent back into shape, and the t-posts were reset. This is the pasture that keeps my wild burro jacks, so getting it repaired was critical.
Terry and Kirby liked each other.
Kat met Benny for the first time.
One of our wild burros, Nathan checks me out.
Johnny was so happy that so many people came out to help. He smiled the whole time. We told the boys in the training arena that their pasture would be ready next week hopefully. The project for their pasture involves reworking their ponds and relocating fence lines.
WHEN THE COMMUNITY NURTURES A RESCUE