Friday, May 1, 2009

Humane Society Seeks Adopters for Mustangs


The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) is assisting with the care and placement of 220 Mustangs that were seized from a neglectful situation in Alliance, Nebraska. HSUS is seeking qualified adopters and horse sanctuaries to provide permanent homes for these animals.

The horses have been under qualified care for approximately two weeks and are current on their vaccinations and Coggins. Many of the mares are pregnant or have foals at their side. The majority of these horses are unhandled mustangs. The horses are currently being temporarily housed at the rodeo grounds in Bridgeport, NE, therefore HSUS would like to place them in permanent homes as soon as possible.

Adoptions are being handled by Front Range Equine Rescue on behalf of Habitat for Horses. Interested adopters should contact HILLARY WOOD of Front Range at 719-481-1490.

Contact Information
Hillary Wood
Front Range Equine Rescue
phone: 719-481-1490


Lady Of Chaos said...

I left a link to the website on the mustang board. It then links to a message board where they are in the process of listing each horse individually.

I hope they find them all great homes. Some are in very bad condition so if you go look, prepare yourself...

Strawberry Lane said...

Thank goodness there are wonderful people in the world to help the helpless. I hope they get good homes and can trust again.