You can help rehabilitate neglected and abused American mustangs who are taken from the wild.
These once-free horses often end up in overcrowded holding facilities when captured, which can lead to euthanasia. Many facilities are in short supply of food, care, and funding to help save these horses.
GreaterGood.org works with Wild Horse Rescue Center (WHRC) to rescue and rehabilitate mustangs so these gentle creatures have a chance to go to loving, forever homes. For 28 years WHRC has been saving the lives of mustangs.
With your help, we can provide these horses with food, training, and veterinary care. The rescue center cares for as many as 50 horses at a time. Every time a mustang is successfully adopted by a caring family, the rescue center can take in another mustang in need.
You can help! Your donation provides care for rescued American Wild Horses—hay, feed, health care, training, and rehabilitation.
Arabella is an 18-year-old mustang mare who was very withdrawn and shut down when she arrived at WHRC in January 2018. Her former owner had too many horses and could not care for them all properly. Arabella was in poor health, very thin and suffering from a lice infestation.
Cassandre, a volunteer from France who suffers from depression, was paired with Arabella. The two bonded and helped each other heal. Cassandre said, “We moved forward together and started a new life together.”
Today, Arabella looks great and is improving every day. Cassandre has returned home to France, but she is coming back to the center for six months as a volunteer coordinator soon. She cannot wait to be reunited with Arabella.
Wild Horse Rescue Center (WHRC) is dedicated to the preservation of America's wild horses. Based in Mims, Florida, they rescue, rehabilitate, and find new homes for mustangs and burros, and provide educational clinics and seminars to the public.
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