The Straw That Broke The Camel’s Back

Before we get to the point of this post we will start with some photos of the many animals in our care at the moment, then you can read on and if you get to the end of the post you can give us your opinion or thoughts. With all the hot, dry weather we … Read moreThe Straw That Broke The Camel’s Back

Where Is The Love?

Between mother nature’s persistent onslaught of wet, windy & cold weather and the ongoing calls about animals that need to be checked around this county, as well as others, we find ourselves on this Valentine’s morning asking “Where is the love”? ….. When a new arrival comes into our care with little to no history … Read moreWhere Is The Love?

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

“The Good”   1. We are very pleased to say that two of the donkeys, Ned & Nellie, will be leaving us this week to go to their new home It is great to know that they get to stay together as they are great buddies.  We have no doubt they will be spoiled rotten … Read moreThe Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Another One Bites The Dust …

Some of the herd enjoying the last days of summer 2016

…. another “summer” that is! Apologies for the lack of news or updates to the website over the summer, for those of you that do not keep an eye on us on Facebook this post will summarise what has been going on in the rescue over the past few weeks. May Two new arrivals, donkey … Read moreAnother One Bites The Dust …

No End to Ireland’s Horse Crisis

The past 12 months have been without a doubt the busiest for the rescue since the start of Ireland’s economic downturn which saw the huge rise in the amount of unwanted, neglected and/or abandoned horses, ponies & donkeys all over the country.

Billy ... discarded racehorse
Billy … discarded racehorse

 

The calls to all rescue groups who assist equines in need have yet to show signs of reducing.  Resources are stretched to limits none of us thought possible.  The frequency of adoption enquiries whereby holding steady are just not meeting the demand for spaces which is leaving rescues with no choice but to start exercising the word “No” more often than before.

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