Sunday, February 19, 2017

Legal Protection Fund launched to aid America's Rescue Need Equines

Lifesaving campaign for legal aid and protection for equines threatened due to malicious acts of harm. Wild For Life Foundation calls on private and philanthropic community to join the effort.

Feb 19, 2017, Riverside, CA - Wild For Life Foundation (WFLF) today announced the creation of a Legal Protection & Defense Fund to assist hundreds of rescue need equines and refugees whose lives have come under threat of malicious harm.

WFLF calls on the private and philanthropic community to join the effort to provide urgently needed legal aid for the protection of at risk horses and burros in need. 

This fund speaks to the battle for the very existence of animal welfare and humanitarian rights of our community as a people to save and protect them. Tax deductible contributions will be utilized to seek injunctive relief  and other urgent judicial relief and will help ensure that justice will be served for countless precious innocent animals who have no one but us to speak on their behalf.

This legal fund speaks to our ongoing commitment to protect America’s equine community and uphold the values that our country was built on; horses have played an important role in shaping our Nation and as an indigenous/ native species, wild horses indeed compliment the natural environment of North America. We stand united in our efforts and are dedicated to keeping our Nation of equines protected.  “WFLF has a proud history of integrity, best practices and compassion, and our organization will do everything in our power to ensure that America’s horses and burros are safe, secure and supported. Due to recent malicious acts of harm against these innocent animals and our mission to save and protect them, we have created a legal fund to help ensure justice through judicial relief,” said founder, Katia Louise. “We need you now, more than ever, to be sure that justice is served ... and to ensure that at-risk and victimized animals are protected from acts of malicious harm. Your donation to WFLF’s Legal Protection Fund, as generous as you’re able in light of these malicious and harmful acts, will help set the record straight and set a precedent for once and for all."

“The establishment of the legal protection fund is yet another reaffirmation of WFLF’s Saving America’s Horses Initiative to our fellow rescue groups, families, and friends across the country. We at Wild For Life Foundation will not allow threats and malicious acts of harm to strip away compassion and support for America’s horses and burros,” said Vice President, Jay Coskie.  America’s wild horses have been denied any type of status or protection in the US. They are instead labeled “feral” which allows them to be legally harassed, shot, rounded up and hauled off to slaughter.  According to the BLM, approximately 45,000 American wild horses and burros do not have legal status for protection from elimination.  And tens of thousands more are at risk of roundup from their native lands. Wild For Life Foundation strives to build its Wild Horse and Burro preservation and protection program, in order to defend the lives of America's wild equines as part of the natural ecosystem and educate people about the need for the protection of this threatened native species.

The Legal Protection Fund would work to provide immediate legal relief to aid rescue need horses and burros whom have been impacted by wrongful actions and need urgent protection now.  

“Horses and burros are intelligent, sentient and social beings. Access to legal protection can have lifesaving impact for these animals and their families. Legal protection ensures that animals in our communities will be safe from harassment, and cruelty, and can truly live their lives  in safety, security, and peace.  Contributions to this legal protection fund are tax deductible.

This announcement is the latest in a series of actions the WFLF charity has taken to remind all fellow humanitarians and horse advocates that WFLF is dedicated to protecting, saving, preserving and defending horses and burros from harm, harassment and cruelty.

Since founding WFLF and its Saving America’s Horses Initiative, Katia Louise has launched a series of powerful educational platforms, successful rescue missions, outreach and advocacy programs and initiatives that have saved and protected hundreds of at risk American horses and burros from starvation, abuse, neglect, abandonment, roundups and slaughter.  These initiatives include Saving America’s Horses, the renowned Navajo Horses Rescue and Recovery Mission, Hope for Horses, Tees for Horses, WFLF’s Mustang Rescue Missions, and the international Saving America’s Horses Coalition.

Media contact:
Phone: 310.439.9817

Monday, February 6, 2017

Lawsuit Filed in Response to Defamation and Breach of Contract

February 6, 2017, Riverside, CA - Wild For Life Foundation (or WFLF) is a non-profit, animal protection and rescue organization that focuses primarily on saving, protecting, preserving and defending wild and domestic horses and burros from roundups, slaughter and general abuse.

Recently however, there have been attempts by certain persons to maliciously harm Wild for Life Foundation by making false allegations which directly threaten the very health, welfare and future of the innocent rescue horses and burros this charity so dutifully serves.

Unfortunately, all efforts to resolve these issues without resorting to court proved futile.

As such, on January 26, 2017, Wild For Life Foundation filed a defamation suit (amongst a litany of other causes of action including Breach of Contract, Interference with Economic Advantage, Trespass and Harassment) against Ms. Jackie Autry, the Autry Foundation, Ms. Lynne Randall (aka Rocky Randall), John and Kathleen Wilhelm. (Please see Case No.: MCC1700082 filed in Riverside Superior Court.)

This lawsuit seeks both compensatory as well as punitive monetary damages from the named defendants.


Wild For Life Foundation
Phone: 310.439.9817

Saturday, February 4, 2017

Vindication for Wild For Life Foundation and its Equine Protection and Rescue Program

UPDATE: FEB 4, 2017

On January 19, 2017, in response to false reports and allegations against Wild for Life Foundation, Sgt. Huennekens of the Riverside County Animal Care and Control promptly inspected the horses in the care and custody of Wild for Life Foundation and issued the following statement. "All of the animals are in good weight. The paint horse with the bad knee came to the rescue several years ago in its present condition and is on previcox for any discomfort. The dark bay horse shown, in the photographs was in excellent condition with no signs of any health issues. All of the pens the horses are kept in are in good condition and are of adequate size. The horse with the large hernia was bright, alert, and appeared to be in otherwise good condition. Case closed, Sgt. Huennekens."  

The UNFOUNDED allegations of animal abuse and neglect against the Wild for Life Foundation, by a party hoping to gain control of the charity, directly threaten the very health, welfare and future of the innocent rescue horses and burros the Wild for Life Foundation so dutifully serves. 

“We are not sure why they are doing all this, but we do know one thing for sure,” stated WFLF President and Founder, Katia Louise. “What they are doing is 100% contrary to the  safety, wellbeing and future of the very animals that WFLF serves to protect.”

In just nine years, the Wild For Life Foundation has built a solid reputation based on integrity and compassion with its extraordinary work in advocacy and hands-on care for animals in desperate need of help. The successful WFLF rescue and sanctuary program specializes in the lifesaving and rehabilitation of wild and domestic equines and provides a safe home and haven, for animals in need.

As a charity, WFLF relies solely on tax deductible contributions, and counts on your continued care and compassion to help us to protect and be there for our equine family.

The Wild For Life Foundation (or WFLF) is a non-profit, animal protection and rescue organization that focuses primarily on the rescue and rehabilitation of wild and domestic horses and burros from roundups, slaughter and general abuse.  WFLF is a federally registered grassroots volunteer based nonprofit charity established for the prevention of cruelty to animals with a focus on animal welfare and the protection of wildlife. We vigorously work to save, protect and preserve abused, neglected, displaced and slaughter bound wild and domestic equines, and educate to raise compassion and improve the standards of protection for America’s equine populations as a whole. 
Federal ID No. 26-3052458