More than 150 Mustangs recently lost their protected home in New Mexico. Many of them are part of a conservation program for rare breed Mustangs and must stay together in their family bands. Approximately 60 of them have been saved, but more than 90 of these Mustangs still need YOUR HELP!
as many of these
Mustangs as possible. WFLF is a grassroots charity dedicated to saving,
protecting and preserving equines and its all volunteer rescue team is
working around the clock to bring these Mustangs to permanent safe
harbor where they can live out their lives, and run free as nature
intended. WFLF depends 100% on your continued tax deductible donations
to accomplish this lifesaving work.
Donate to support this effort: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=X65G2KE9B42R8
The remaining Mustangs are down to the last of the hay. More donations
are needed to purchase hay to keep these precious and majestic icons
fed until new safe and sustainable grazing land can be secured for all
Just weeks ago, in April, the Wild for
Life Foundation launched the WFLF Monero-Mustang Rescue and Recovery
Mission, a large scale emergency rescue operation established to help
save 100+ Wild Horses. WFLF is working to secure permanent safe harbor
for all of these imperiled Mustangs through its wild horse rescue and
sanctuary program. The WFLF has already provided emergency aid and helped to
successfully rescue and re-home over sixty of these Mustangs who had
lost their protected homes in New Mexico and had become at
risk of barbaric slaughter. This large scale rescue operation includes
twenty five Mustangs which have been positively identified as El Rito
Spanish Mustangs; descendants of the Spanish horses brought to the
Americas by Juan de Onate in the 1500's. These rare blood line Mustangs
were part of a conservation program. It is therefore vital that they
stay together in their family bands. This Wild Horse rescue and recovery
mission also includes pregnant mares, orphan foals and wild horses that
had been brutally rounded up by the BLM and removed from their Native
They need your help in order to save
their lives. This is their last stand!
Emergency funds are
being raised to feed and water these family bands while placement and
transport are being secured. It’s a race against the clock to secure
safe harbor placement and evacuate the remaining Mustangs to
safety as soon as possible. Meanwhile, rescue team members are
vigorously working around the clock, trucking in hay and water on a
Donations are needed to pay for more hay and
transport. Together, YOU have helped to save more than half of them.
Please help to save them all! Donate: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=X65G2KE9B42R8
Caring people with graze-able pasture space can help by providing safe
harbor for individual family bands of 10-20 horses through the summer
months. Your generous act of kindness will allow precious
funds/resources to pay for essential costs to feed, house and care for
the remaining herd members during this time of crisis.
This is a large scale operation and time is of the essence. Learn more: http://www.wildforlifefoundation.org/wflfmonero.html
Small numbers of 2-4 Mustangs will be considered for individual foster
and adoption to qualified homes. Adopters must provide transport.
Serious adoption and foster inquiries/ learn more: http://www.lifetimeequinerefuge.org/adoption.html