I don’t usually publish ‘alerts for homes needed’ because it is so emotionally overwhelming to have this mad rush in just a few days… especially when I cannot control the information and don’t have any feet on the ground.
Having said that, I greatly respect Animali Farm and how they are trying to help the last of the PMU horses find a better life. Animali does not rescue them, they facilitate for individuals and the ranch owners. Animali is the gateway. They have a long standing relationship with these ranchers and have saved many horses.
So, these horses are said to go to slaughter on Jan 21st. I do know that it is true that these horses will most likely end up in slaughter very soon. Most of them are very healthy, fat and fit – perfect for a meat buyer. Animali will know these details.
So, if you have room, the money and the inclination, please check out these available horses!
Also, you can donate towards the rescue of a particular horse on their website.
After all, it is all about the horses in the end. So if ONE horse is saved through this post, that is wonderful.
WHY ARE THEY MORE EXPENSIVE THAN FEEDLOT HORSES?
In a nutshell, the reason Animali rescue horses seem expensive is because EVERYTHING is paid for with adoption. This includes the fee to the rancher (which is just slightly more than a meat price for a fat and healthy horse), Coggins, Health Certificate, transfer across the border from Canada AND transportation to the adoptive home.
Everything is included because they need to make sure once the horse is rescued, it is removed from the ranch immediately and has a place to go.
HERE IS THE OFFICIAL LIST.
Click here to the gateway to review all the different types of horses available NOW through Animali Farm..
THE ANIMALI WEBSITE IS TOUGH TO NAVIGATE.
Unfortunely, the Animali Website doesn’t allow me to link to any of their pages. So, just be clever. Go to the site and mine down to the type of horse you want via the tabs. Or, if you need help, just call or email them:
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