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Each Month, HORSE AND MAN has a Drop in the Bucket Fund for a specific equine charity. My theory is that sometimes it is easier to give anonymously in a very small amount than not give at all because one feels embarrassed to give just a little.
Well, many of us feel that way. But, if we put all the drops in one bucket, it makes a difference in some horse’s life. So, that is what this page is about. If you feel moved by our monthly Bucket Fund story but only have a few dollars to spare, we are happy to help it grow bigger.
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MAY 2019: EMERGENCY BUCKET FUND! 3 ORPHANED WILD FOALS (just found!), 1 attacked by a stallion band, 1 left next to its deceased mother and 1 left alone in the hot sun with no mother. PLEASE SHARE! LET’S HELP THESE BABIES!
Life started horribly for these 3 Nevada Range wild newborn foals. One was attacked by stallions after losing her Mom, one lost his mom during his own birth, and the last was left orphaned in the hot sun. Hopefully, their stories will end well.
Rescuers found these babies and are doing everything in their power to save them. Please, let’s help those who are on the ground, doing this incredible work, looking out for and rescuing these wild babies. New foals in this shape – crash easily, so they are all on 24-hour care.
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ROY: Roy was found yesterday, next to its deceased mother who passed during childbirth. This baby was saved before the scavengers got to him. Awful. Roy was rushed to the Equine Emergency hospital in the back of the rescuer’s car. Roy was crashing and immediately given IV fluids, colostrum, and every medicine possible to keep him from going down. Roy was/is severely dehydrated (which can cause impacted stool). He is still with us as I write this.
WRIGLEY: Wrigley was found alone, laying in the sun. He was near another band, but it wasn’t his band. His mother was no where to be found. He was found very near a highway and several horses have been struck recently. Wrigley was horribly dehydrated and did not receive colostrum so he had plasma ($500 a bag…), IV fluids and is fully impacted as I write this. His attendants are doing everything possible to help him pass the impaction. He looks like he is healthy, but he is not. He is very, very ill.
PLEASE, WE CAN MAKE A HUGE DIFFERENCE TODAY, for these foals and for the rescuers who saved these babies.
All donations are 100% tax deductible. Starbucks change adds up! Please let’s give some relieve to those who are trying to hard to save these babies!
Monitoring the many foals and intervening when warranted is achieved through the collaborative efforts of several allied non-profit groups including (in alphabetical order) the American Wild Horse Campaign, Chilly Pepper Miracle Mustang Rehab Project,the Hidden Valley Wild Horse Protection Fund, Least Resistance Training Concepts, Wild Horse Connection and the Wild Horse Preservation League.
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