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RESIDENTS

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.

Aspen


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.

Harley


Harley is a 17(ish) year old quarter horse that was relinquished to SAHH. He has a congenital defect on his front leg that turns out from the shoulder and leaves him lame most of the time. He’s drop dead gorgeous and everyone wants him but due to his birth defect he will never be 100% sound and subject to an unknown fate. He will retire here at SAHH and forever be a ranch favorite giving the best horsey hugs and cuddles! Harley would love to have a sponsor!

Jack

 

Jack and his adorable brother Daniel have been part of the SAHH family for the past 5 years. Together they make the most adorable little cuddle bugs ever.

Jenny


Jenny and Tom (Tom sadly passed away this year) were raised by a little girl who had to give them up. They were going to be listed in the free section on Craigslist right before Thanksgiving. Of course we weren’t going to let that happen! Teri brought them here to the ranch where Jenny lives safe, happy, and loved. Jenny is a little shy since Tom passed, but don’t let that fool you - once she has a second to warm up to you, she won’t let you leave! She will, literally, follow you all the way to the gate making it so hard to stop loving on her! Jenny is looking for a sponsor at $25/month.

Libby


Libby was rescued from death row at a Riverside shelter just before being euthanized. She had been severely abused and was a fear biter. She has been with us now for three years and has gotten past a lot of her fears, although occasionally you can still see it in her eyes. She will remain here in sanctuary, safe, for the rest of her life. She will never fear being abused again.

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