Urgent Hay drive for WILD HORSES (WY14) rescued from the slaughterhouse

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Help bring hay to wild horses 

URGENT: They have forecasted MORE SNOW Sunday! We can’t buy a big load of hay until the WY14’s goal is met here: https://www.gofundme.com/WY14WinterHay It’s getting close to the halfway mark. Please help with a donation to FEED the Dry Creek WY14 this Winter. Your donations are tax-deductible and will make a direct impact on the lives of the youngsters rescued back from the slaughterhouse.

Thank you for being part of the WY14 Rescue Mission.! Protect Mustangs is 100% volunteer so every dollar counts and they all add up to help the youngsters eat and stay warm in the snow.

If you would like to make a donation by www.PayPal.com please send it to Contact@ProtectMustangs.org

Or send a check by mail to:
Protect Mustangs
PO Box 5661
Berkeley, CA. 94705

Thank you for your hay donation to feed them so they can stay warm in the freezing winter nights.

The WY14 love you and know you are helping them. They send their heartfelt gratitude and blessings.

Remember sharing is caring.

With love,

Anne Novak
Volunteer Executive Director

6 thoughts on “Urgent Hay drive for WILD HORSES (WY14) rescued from the slaughterhouse

  1. Help support these rescued horses. There are huge expenses for a very long time to feed and support rescued horses. Thank you to all the folks who save and protect horses both wild and domestic.

  2. These youngsters lost thier families to slaughter and if it weren’t for Anne’s persistence, they would have ended up on a dinner plate in Japan! Thank you Anne Novak for all you do for the horses!

  3. I would like to thank all who support the mission to rescue and save the lives of our horses. A special and heartfelt Thanks to Anne. Dedicating her time, love and support to save our horses. I truly wish everyone could see what Anne sees. Our horses need everyone’s support and effert to help them. Thank you Anne.

  4. The Wyoming Fourteen are the real deal, saved as youngsters from the slaughterhouse feedlot as their parents and older siblings went to slaughter in Canada. Ongoing costs of feed and care have to be met.

  5. If you can help share, tweet or donate this cause is very real and in need of help. I support this courageous act of faith saving these 14 wild horses.

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