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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals, Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Humanities

Mission: Rescue and find suitable homes for neglected horses

Programs: Maintain suitable quarters while restorning health to horses purchased/rescued no less than 10 horses slaughter bound, or abused provided food and medical attention provided an adoption process to find suitable and safe homes for horses plus follow up visits which now includes foster care program conducted educational classes to educate on health care needs of the horses including holistic care.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

What can be more noble than giving back life and dignity to these beautiful creatures? The sad truth is too often, horses are treated as disposable and left to horrific circumstances when they need our help most. CNEER works tirelessly to save the abused, the neglected and the forgotten and give them a chance to live out their days with the love and care they deserve. Such a positive and heartening thing in today's cold world.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I've known Betsy and her family for about 27 yrs. Since the Ludlow 4H Saddle Pals days. The amount of care and love,the way they looked, and talked about their Abe, you could tell how dedicated they were to him. Now thank goodness they are sharing that with so many others. As you can see, it's not just the horses but to all the kids and people involved. They give so much time and money to save, restore, love all these animals. It's woderful. But it doesn't stop there. It extends to dogs, cats, chickens :), rabbits, whatever needs love. What a great group of people. It's an inspiration. I'm glad to know them!