The clock is ticking and we continue to work outside of GlobalGiving to find funding for the property. We have until February and we will not quit until the furry babies' forever home is secured. We have been writing grants for capital campaigns and reaching out to private philanthropists. In between fundraising, it doesn't stop there, we continue on with our mission to save and provide a forever home to the senior, injured and special needs animals that are often turned away from animal rescues and shelters because of their age and that they can not be ridden. More and more we see the desperate need for sanctuaries to save and provide them with a forever home. Is it fair because they can't be ridden or because of their age that they should be euthanized? Moulin a recent rescue with a deformity of her back enjoys running around the sanctuary. When you see her run with her mane flying with the wind, you can't help but be hypnotized by her beauty and her zest for life. She is one of the many examples of why we do what we do. If we are not here to help them, then who? Every animal regardless of age, disease, or special needs deserve the right to experience a life full of quality and love.
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