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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.

Cash

 

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

Clyde


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

Ella (mama of Jaxson)


It was a warm week day somewhere around May 2017 when I received a phone call from a friend telling me about a miniature donkey at the auction going to be sold for slaughter. So save her I did and she arrived terrified emaciated and shaking. As soon as her feet hit the ground I said she is pregnant. We named her Ella for “Cinderella ... gone from rags to riches”!in a matter of hours. Ella was terrified, humans had failed her. It took a while to even be able to lay a hand on her without her shaking. But every morning she would get fed, and brushed, and loved, and every evening she would get fed, and brushed, and loved. It wasn’t long before she looked forward to it instead of hiding. Our vet revealed that she was indeed pregnant but given her emaciated state the prognosis of the baby was not good. Nevertheless, Labor Day of 2017 baby Jaxson arrived, well fed, handsome and feisty! I knew immediately that he would join our therapy program to teach love, kindness, compassion and care to all who met him.
Sponsor Ella (mama of Jaxson) for $150/Month

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!
Sponsor Harley for $150/Month

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.
Sponsor Jack for $20/Month

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