Why Would Anyone Want To

Operate A Horse Rescue Facility?

It takes a lot of time, work and financial resources to operate any type of rescue.  Animals that find their way to your door often need a lot in the way of physical care, emotional support and medical treatment.

They also need shelter and room to exercise. Shelters and exercise areas need to be erected and maintained.  If you’ve ever lived on a farm you know that maintenance is a never-ending battle!

The following video was put up on the internet by the Humane Society of the United States as an end of the year follow-up to a large horse rescue that took place earlier this year.

It certainly touched my heart and I believe it will touch yours as well.  It eloquently demonstrates why some people choose to participate in horse rescue in spite of the physical, emotional and financial demands of  such endeavors.

Watch this 5-1/2 minute video and see for yourself…..