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July 12, 2013


July 12, 2013

This might be a great social group, but try contacting them for information or adoption statistics. Near impossible to get a response,. Voicemail to group consistently full and any posts to their facebook site that hint at criticism is met with attack by supporters. They may provide good care for the animals, but seem more interested in providing a sanctuary they want the public to fund rather than find homes for the rescues.

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June 8, 2011


June 8, 2011

As the Chair of Palmetto Equine Awareness & Rescue League, I fully endorse L.E.A.R.N. from their rehabilitation program to their adoption program. This equine rescue understands every aspect of what a rescue is and what their limitations are.
Horses fortunate enough to be cared for by this
rescue will have the highest standards of care possible. Ms. Steed, her Board, and volunteers do an excellent job and are the only rescue in South Carolina we fully endorse and work with.

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a professional capacity as a fellow equine rescue Chair.

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Require the state to help fund their efforts.

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