Creating alternatives to slaughter for BC horses.    

Chevy and Hat came in with a group of 12 horses, whose time on the broker lot had run out.  Several were unhandled, growth-stunted stud colts.

Chevy was especially underweight, weak and lethargic.

With love and attention, the light came back to Chevy’s eyes, and he quickly blossomed into a stunning horse with a gentle, kind nature.

Both horses turned out to be exceptionally friendly, and loved to spend time around people.

They were gelded, rehabbed, halter trained, and adopted to a loving home.

Chevy and Hat are now Sunny and Buckwheat, and live with Shannon and Brent Wiemken in Salmon Arm. Thank you, Shannon and Brent!

An extra special thanks to Dana and Phil Wallenstein, who welcomed 8 rescue horses to their beautiful property in South Canoe, Salmon Arm, and took excellent care of them over the summer.

While there, all the horses bloomed and the best of their dispositions was brought out by daily interaction with Dana and Phil. Chevy and Hat were heart stealers, and everyone was sad (but happy for them) when they left for their new life.

Can’t thank you enough, Dana and Phil! From BC Horse Angels and Chevy, Hat, Domino, Miles, Dinah, Doc, Cinnamon and Milton.

Thank you for your continued support.  Your kindness is transforming the lives of B.C. horses and advancing the effort to end the slaughter of horses in Canada for human consumption.

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