A Rescue Group Saves A 30-Year-Old Horse In Danger

As we all know, the world can be quite dangerous for any other animal out there since they are constantly exposed to danger. Predators and the perilous existence in the wild are two major causes of danger, as is the way humans handle these creatures. There are many individuals who do not care how they treat animals, which is a sad reality, and the most upsetting part is that the majority of governments all over the globe are doing nothing to stop it.Many of these people are uneducated, and as long as their actions are not legally sanctioned, they will never realize that they are wrong.

Abuse may take many forms; even abandoning a horse is a type of abuse. Fortunately, there are many excellent groups, such as this one, that are making a significant contribution to making the world a better place for animals. Rocking R Ranch and Rescue is a non-profit organization that saves horses from slaughter by bidding on them at livestock auctions and transporting them to a safe location. This Mississippi-based rescue group also accepts donkeys, mules, and mini-horses. Jennifer Aylesworth, Vice President of Rocking R Ranch and Rescue, expressed the founders’ passion and commitment to these beautiful creatures.

She describes how they would always go over and above to keep any horse from being slaughtered. “We rehab them and place them under contract in a new home,” she explained to Liftable. “If they are unable to live in their new home, they must return to the rescue.” We also have a large number of permanent residents that are not adoptable.” This time, however, they not only rescued the life of a 30-year-old pony, but they also fulfilled one boy’s dream of owning a horse. He made certain that nothing unpleasant would happen to this mare, so his family chose to adopt her. Inspiring really. God bless all of them.

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