By Scott Beckstead and Marty Irby as published on The Boulder Weekly “We Americans are inspired by our wild horses…” We marvel at the sight of them living wild and free on our public rangelands, of stallions fighting for their family bands, of newborn foals learning to stand […]
We are going to turn the station knob, a bit, and pull it off Equines and over to Felines and Canines for today’s sharing of joviality and mirth. If you’re a horse person you are probably a well rounded, all-American animal person that gives home and shelter to other species such as dogs, cats, various birds and in our case, even fish.
It’s not enough that we have four (4) highly spirited and very amusing equine personalities that grace our homestead but we also have a Border Collie, German Shepherd and 3 cats that add entertainment and personality to our daily lives (the dogs are my crew, they must go everywhere that I go.)
Now take these funny personalities and do the thing that humans always do wrong, assign human tendencies to them and you can have a roaring good time, as proven by what the good folks at Freshpet did several years ago and I have been chuckling ever since.
BUT what I did not know was the what, who and why behind the story and that is where our Feel Good Sunday lands today, the good things that they were doing for dogs and cats in need.
Thanks to all of those out there who sacrifice so as to make life just a little better for domestic animals in need, there is a special place in Heaven for you.
Keep the Faith and let the laughter begin.
The Washington Post Magazine recently ran a misleading story on wild horses, focusing attention on anti-federalist ranchers in Nevada and the big money behind them. By failing to look beyond the superficial personality conflicts, and missing the real and important public lands issues, this article does its readers a disservice.
‘Black Beauty’ actress, director reveal how the Disney+ film woke them up to the plight of Wild Horses & Burros
By Andrea Lans “I was just really impassioned, realizing as a horse person, I didn’t know that was happening with the helicopter roundups and the mass holding,” TOPANGA, Calif. — “Black Beauty” tells the timeless coming-of-age story of a wild horse and the human she forms a deep, […]
By Brian Maffly as published on The Salt Lake Tribune Over the objections of animal welfare advocates, the Bureau of Land Management plans to initiate a controversial program of surgically sterilizing female wild horses, starting in Utah as soon as this month with the planned roundup of the […]
Source: The Dodo When these spunky mini horses were rescued, they hadn’t had much love or attention. But their new family helped them become therapy horses who have helped hundreds of people! Today on Party Animals, Gunner and Sammy are celebrating two years of service — with horse […]
By Mike Lowe as published on The Portland Press Herald The track, which opened with thoroughbred racing in 1950, has struggled through years of financial hardship and will hold its last harness racing card on Nov. 28. Scarborough Downs will hold its last live harness racing event on […]
by Carol Walker, first published on Wild Hoofbeats, sponsored by Wild Horse Freedom Federation Mares and foal in a family that is no longer free, one day before being captured The Red Desert Complex roundup is finally over. This was a continuation of a roundup that began in […]
The Dodo Kids How many rescuers does it take to save a horse from a canal? The answer is: a TON! Watch as a whole team of rescuers comes together to swim, pull and slide this horse to safety. And wait ’til the end when the horse tells […]
BY Elizabeth Kaye McCall as published on Cowboys & Indians With the new adaptation of Black Beauty coming to Disney Plus, director Ashley Avis and actors Kate Winslet, Iain Glen, and Mackenzie Foy prove there are still good horse movies to be made. “When our producers wanted to […]