Save at-risk horses from slaughter to give them a permanent home with care for as long as they live.
This is Cammie. She's in her late 20's. After the death of her owner, family members left Cammie in a pasture, thinking grass would keep her fed. They came by with water now and then, but Cammie kept losing more and more weight, and the neglect continued.
Finally, a neighbor alerted Journey's End Horse Sanctuary and they brought Cammie home. Her teeth are in good shape for her age, but she struggles to swallow fibrous hay, her malnourishment having resulted in organ damage. She will need high-quality senior feed and other supplements for the rest of her life. But Cammie is a genteel old girl. She's a Tennessee Walking Horse, with a lithe frame and a beautiful smoothness to her walk.
Cammie is one of many abandoned or neglected horses saved from slaughter by Journey's End Horse Sanctuary. Too often, owners who can no longer care for their horses sell them to what seem like good buyers, who then place them on kill trucks shipped to slaughter. Horse rescues are working to help, but they're flooded with requests to take in horses and are overwhelmed.
Journey's End protects at-risk horses from entering the slaughter pipeline and gives them a permanent home regardless of age, or physical or behavioral problems caused by mistreatment at the hands of people. But to do this, they need your help to have enough food and supplements to deal with malnutrition in their horses.
Will you help this horse sanctuary heal the horses in its care? Just $25 buys a bag of high quality senior feed to nourish a horse like Cammie. You can help Journey's End provide these horses with a safe, happy, and secure life. Donate today.
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