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Saving Animals & Healing Hearts has a number of permanent residents. For a variety of reasons they are unable to be adopted and remain here safe and happy. The following are just some of our current residents.

Albert Swinestein aka:OneTooth

Albert was a part of the large SouthBay24 Rescue.
Sponsor Albert Swinestein aka:OneTooth for $30/Month


Meet beautiful Aspen! She is around 16 years old and one of the most athletic horses we have ever seen! After settling in she started training, but we quickly realized she had too fractious of a mind to handle it. This beauty has amazing energy, a spitfire, and definitely thinks she is a 3 year old! We rescued Aspen over 10 years ago, and tried to adopt her out... twice. We learned she had already chosen her forever home right here, safe in sanctuary.
Sponsor Aspen for $150/Month

Bella 1

Bella was given to someone as a house warming gift. That person realized very quickly piggies aren't quite what they expected and booted her to the curb. We couldn’t be happier that she softly landed here with us. This beautiful girl will live the rest of her life here in sanctuary. Please consider sponsoring Bella!
Sponsor Bella 1 for $30/Month



Cash is approximately 19 years old. He was raised in an unfortunate circumstance with an owner who appeared to be clueless. He was a stallion who had never seen other animals being kept in an enclosed bullpen. His health was poor, his manners were nonexistent. He had no idea how to behave like a horse. He was violent, unpredictable, and dangerous. He had retained a baby tooth in his mouth with an adult cap over it causing him intense pain every time he ate. It was due to these issues that he came to live here. After removal of the errant tooth his weight got better and his health in general showed improvement. His behavior however took work, a lot of work. While he still has his moments for the most part he is a stellar example of what a good boy can be. Cash has ring bone which is currently maintained with medication and consistent Ferrier care. Cash is a resident here for life.
Sponsor Cash for $150/Month


He's a real pauper to prince story. He was found wandering in a neighboring town and brought to the shelter. Someone adopted him but then returned him because "he didn't walk on a leash good enough" (right... Can you believe it?). Thanks to the help of some swift networking he was quickly pulled and brought to us. He was a very shy and young little guy when he arrived. We quickly got him neutered and his personality started to blossom. From shelter to house guest, Clyde delights in belly rubs and has learned that sitting and spinning around gets him some pretty great treats!
Sponsor Clyde for $30/Month

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