I thought I would lighten the mood and have a few fun things to discuss today.
FIRST OF ALL!
If you missed yesterday’s February Bucket Fund post dedicated to LeRoy the Wonderpony who was found wandering around a Home Depot parking lot with a badly mangled leg, please click here. If you missed it, please read about LeRoy and help if you can.
RECEIPT FOR JANUARY BUCKET FUND – THE PAIUTE ORPHAN FOALS
Thank everyone who donated and those who sent their good will. The babies are doing well and thanks to you, the people who ran around and made this happen feel a renewed vigor to continue their quest to save more equines in need. Great! We need people like that who go out and do the physical work to make these large rescues HAPPEN!
REMEMBER AMAZING GRACE?
Do you remember our Bucket Fund story on Amazing Grace? She was the skinniest horse still alive. If you missed it, the story is linked here.
Anyway, here is a BEFORE picture – just to remind you. And then, here is another AFTER photo taken this week. Look at her! She is even on a diet! Very wonderful! Kudos to Darla Clarke from Strawberry Mountain Mustangs!
THREE FUN VIDEOS!
1) OK, I looooove this one. The pony is named Cupcake and the music is just perfect! Enjoy!
2) This one is a singing dog. The video is short and sweet but it killed me! I saw this quote from his owner:
“No, we really didn’t train him. When he was young, he watched us play and just figured it out for himself. He plays every day, but he doesn’t play on command, so we are working on that.?”
3) A singing cat. She also plays piano. Have you heard of Nora?
I hope you had fun today!!! Don’t forget to read about LeRoy, our February Bucket Fund Wonderpony!
Thank you so much for your assistance with the orphan reservation foals! They are all doing quite well with the rescue organizations that took them in. A couple have already been adopted, and are on to a new life.
This rescue effort took a “village” of caring compassionate people to pull off. Without each of them – lay over facilities, rescuers, haulers, donors, supporters, etc – it would not have been possible.
My sincere thanks to ALL involved!