Wild For Life Foundation
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12400 Ventura Blvd Ste 706 Studio City CA 91604 USA
Our mission is to save, protect and preserve wild and domestic equines through education, investigation, rescue and sanctuary, and the production and dissemination of humane educational resources to the public.
OPERATION OTTB is our Thoroughbred rescue and sanctuary program for off track racehorses in need. We save, rehabilitate and re-train off track Thoroughbred racehorses for a second chance at life. We provide for their ongoing care through sanctuary and facilitate appropriate transition and new forever homes for them through our adoption and foster care programs. WFLF's BACK TO THE WILD provides long term sanctuary for wild horses removed from the open ranges and educational resources for the preservation of wild equines. GARDEN OF EQUINE is our sanctuary and enrichment program in which we provide compassionate mentoring and humane education through equine assisted learning. HUMANION FILMS is the education and documentation program under Wild for Foundation. We work around the clock doing depth research, investigation and documentation to provide the public with compelling educational materials for the prevention of cruelty to equines. "SAVING AMERICA’S HORSES: A NATION BETRAYED" is an educational documentary project under Wild for Life Foundation. This is helping to break the cycle of animal cruelty for America’s horses by providing a life changing resource that cultivates action and inspires social change. The Saving America’s Horses Initiative is an international consortium of equine professionals dedicated to educating the public and raising awareness for responsible equine ownership, the preservation of America’s wild horses on open rangelands, and the protection of all equines from slaughter.
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I first became acquainted with Wild for Life Foundation, and it's founder and CEO Katia Louise, about 5 years ago in my position as a full time volunteer taking care of the barn for the Riverside County Department of Animal Services. The shelter takes in horribly neglected horses via officer confiscates or as strays; horses dumped or abandoned. WFLF rescued 2 Thoroughbreds which had been lingering there. Over the years, the Foundation has given sanctuary to numerous shelter horses as well as several wild donkeys. I would call Katia to help when all other resources had been exhausted. The Foundation takes the equines nobody else seem to want regardless of their condition and without regard to whether they will ultimately be deemed unadoptable. I am impressed by WFLF because it promises and provides a forever home.
I recently proudly became an advisory board member after visiting the 88 acre incredibly well maintained ranch and seeing first hand the bands of Mustangs, the shelter horses I had helped place there , and the other equines who were being given a chance at life by WFLF.
Sun City CA 92585