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JANUARY 2015 BUCKET FUND:
Arnold, Blanket, Milo and the 20+ other horses rescued who LIVED AMONGST CORPSES OF HERDMATES in South Carolina!
AND, THIS JUST IN… “PATCHES”, the 21 yea-old mare with an untreated loss of eye injury and horribly neglected.
All Bucket Fund stories make me a bit ill, but this one rises to near the top of the list.
We are telling the story of the 20+ equines who were rescued last week from HORRENDOUS CONDITIONS by Big Oaks Rescue (Greenwood, South Carolina) .
The backstory for these horses is sickening. Their owners are true monsters.
Arnold and Blanket watched as 25 of their DEAD herdmates were dumped into a ravine on the property.
Milo lived with 5 corpses: 5 of his pasture mates had died including a foal, 2 donkeys, a horse and a goat.
READ THE NEWS STORY ABOUT THE 20-25 DEAD HORSES IN THE RAVINE…
(The donkey pictured in this article did not survive – although Big Oaks Rescue made a valiant effort to save him.)
MEET SOME OF THE HORSES WHO SURVIVED – BARELY – AND NEED OUR HELP!
CAN WE HELP BLUE OAKS RESCUE? – THEY TOOK IN ALL OF THESE HORSES WHO HAD NO HOPE!!
It is a very long road to recovery for all of these emaciated and neglected equines. Can we help the people at Blue Oaks Rescue who are on the ground and doing everything they can to right the so many wrongs here.
Please give your Starbucks today… please.
THIS JUST IN 1/14/15
Oy… it just isn’t stopping…
She is a 21 year-old mare who is horribly malnourished (2 on the Henneke Scale), needs hoof and teeth care immediately and is missing an eye that was never treated so it needs fast attention (you don’t want to know the details, believe me…).
Her name is Patches and she joins the 20+ other newly rescued South Caroline horses at Big Oaks Rescue.
PLEASE… LET’S HELP THE VERY GENEROUS PEOPLE OF BIG OAKS RESCUE FARM! STARBUCKS MONEY? CAR SEAT CHANGE? ANYTHING! IT ALL ADDS UP!
We want people like Big Oaks to keep rescuing as many as they can as often as they can!