Horses and Donkeys
Middleburg: Michelle is looking to re-home several rescued animals including: 3 potbelly pigs and 3 Tennessee Walking Horses. Buck, a black Tennessee Walking Horse, 21 yrs. He has severe arthritis in his hind end. Was previously abused, very sweet boy. Pepper, Brown Tennessee Walking horse, 14/15 yrs. Has bowed tendons but is the sweetest teddy bear you’ll ever meet. Buddy, 15/16 yr old Palamino Tennessee Walking horse. Has arthritis in his hocks and is super sweet, he used to be a child’s horse.
Contact: Michelle| Phone: 904-874-0007 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bath: There are several Thoroughbred horses available for adoption at the Finger Lakes SPCA. Some of the horses came from a cruelty case involving 80 Thoroughbreds who were rescued from severe starvation and neglect. The horses have received lots of handling and care since the rescue and are ready for permanent homes. They range in age, color and temperament. If you can provide one, or more, of these horses with the loving home they deserve, please contact Vicki at the Finger Lakes SPCA.
Contact: Vicki | Phone: 607-776-3039 | Email: Vicki@fingerlakesspca.org
Farmersville: Twin brother donkeys, Mike and Ike are in need of a new home. They are gelded and very gentle. They are very bonded and must go together to a new home. They are both in good health and have a negative Coggins.
Contact: Bobbi| Phone: 903-776-2708| Email: email@example.com
Mapleton: Marilyn needs to place her 14 year-old MFT gelding in a safe, loving situation. He has a shoulder problem and cannot be ridden. Looking for a peaceful and loving place for him to enjoy the rest of his years; he is very people oriented and loves attention.
Contact: Marilyn| Phone: 801-491-0828 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: The vegan lifestyle, which Farm Sanctuary promotes, generally precludes the use of animals. Domesticated companion animals are an obvious exception, because well treated companions define an issue of relationship rather than one of exploitation. Horses are exploited at the slaughterhouse by some, while cherished by others. We condemn the capture of wild horses, and we are against the indiscriminate use of horses as commodities, situations in which they’re too often abused, as with horse racing, horse rentals and horse-drawn carriage rentals. We fully recognize that horses born into domesticity can have the best of lives in the care of conscientious caregivers.