“And here my story ends. My troubles are over and I am at home.” –Anna Sewell, Black Beauty
Farva, Peralta, and Clementine are three of 150 horses recently rescued from a large-scale cruelty situation in Camp County, Texas. After living in cramped overcrowded pens, these horses were severely underweight and malnourished.
Six of the 150 horses, including Farva, Peralta, and Clementine, were taken in by Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch, a Fund for Animals facility. The Fund is an affiliate of The Humane Society of the United States. Many weeks of rehabilitation involving careful feeding, farrier work, veterinary attention, and other therapy transformed them into shiny, happy, healthy horses.
Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch staff and volunteers poured their hearts into these horses’ recovery and the results have been worth the effort. They will never go hungry again, and have become part of the herd at the sanctuary. Joining other equines rescued from slaughter, starvation, neglect, abandonment, and the pharmaceutical industry, they will live out their lives in safety on 1,400 acres of horse heaven.
Horses both domestic and wild are still in peril in the United States. The Fund for Animals rescues equines around the country and gives them new lives at our sanctuaries and adoption centers.
You can help a rescued horse. Rehabilitation can be costly. $10 provides food, medicine, and care for one recovering horse for one day.
The Fund for Animals, one of the largest, most active and successful organizations working for the cause of animals, operates four direct care centers, including world-famous Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch.
Greater Good Charities has ultimate authority and discretion with regard to the distribution of its funds. All expenditures made are consistent with the exempt purposes of Greater Good Charities.