By Colleen Shalby as published on The LA Times It has long been a dilemma of many wildfires: Where to shelter large animals when the flames come roaring? Last year offered the strange sight of llamas and horses being kept safe on the beaches of Malibu while the Woolsey […]
“There is nothing more rendering to one’s heart and soul than to come upon cruelty needlessly showered down upon our fellow passengers of this great spaceship called “Earth”. Intentionally inflicting pain and suffering upon another living creature is unconscionable. It does not compute in our hearts and minds […]
By Jeff Hampton as published on The Virginian-Pilot “We have had our hands full…” Wild horses have been roaming into the Corolla village daily ever since Hurricane Dorian flooded their habitat and damaged the fence that contains them in the north beaches. The hurricane and a subsequent rainstorm […]
Source: The Dodo This baby’s stuck — and his mom can’t wait to see him safe You can check out Oak Creek Wild horses on their website. You can also see more of the Oak Creek Canyon herd on Youtube.
Source: The Dodo “When Chloe heard what was happening to horses during the recent Australian drought, she knew what she had to do. Hundreds upon hundreds of horses have been going to slaughter. Chloe saved the lives of these lucky three, and hopes to inspire people to save […]
Source: The Dodo “Today is the 2nd anniversary of the devastating flooding event brought upon Houston, TX by Hurricane Harvey. For us, it meant 20 feet of water in our back pastures, fencing down, gates washed away but a total of 1.5 acres did not flood and […]
By Kelsey Bradshaw as published on The Statesman “The idea of loose zebras in Central Texas had been a humorous one until news of the animals’ deaths came on Thursday…” A tale of an equine escape by a pair of zebras in New Braunfels on Wednesday ended sadly when […]