Source: The Dodo’s Comeback Kids Jenny and her mom Josie suffered through years of neglect, and their hooves grew so long that they could barely stand. Help has finally arrived — watch them fall in love with their new lives.
Posted by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA as published on The Horse Derived from donkey skin, ejiao is used in traditional Chinese medicine. Demand for donkeys to meet its growing popularity has put the equids at risk They come from Africa. Asia. South America. Australia. Europe. And yes, even North […]
By: Maricar Cinco of the Philippine Daily Inquirer After surviving the eruption of Taal Volcano, horses rescued from the Volcano Island may end up in slaughterhouses, as butchers dangle thousands of pesos before their disaster-stricken owners to get their hands on the animals. Jay Tolentino, a volunteer veterinarians […]
Source:ABC News (Australia) a public broadcast service in Australia “May God bless each and every one of these kind and compassionate Australians, our hearts and support go out to them.” ~ R.T.
by Kim Powell as published on AZFamily.com An Arizona lawmaker met with the U.S. Forest Service and sent them a letter requesting an extensive investigation and transparency with the public regarding the investigation into the shooting deaths of wild horses in Heber. Last week, 15 horses were found […]
Update by Charlotte Roe Greetings to friends and partners of the Wild Equids Threading through the latest rubble of this new year has been a major challenge. Where are our wild horse and burros and threatened wild lands amidst the drums of war, democracy on trial, the unending […]
Source: SFGate.com A horse was euthanized Sunday after an injury in a race at Golden Gate Fields in Berkeley, another California horseracing death following a number of deaths last year in Southern California. Elegant Sundown was put to sleep in a van after a “catastrophic” injury to his […]