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June 14, 2011


June 14, 2011

Pearl saved the lives of 3 of my horses. Nicole took charge of my horses after they were abused and starved by someone who was supposed to be taking care of them. She was able to stabilize 2 of my horses for them to make the very long trip home to FL. Pearl, the different sheriffs departments and individuals also spent weeks searching for 2 of my other horses that were being hidden and constantly moved by the abuser. One horse was finally turned over to Pearl from the abuser but sadly the abuser had killed my other horse. The horse turned over to Pearl was a walking skeleton by this time, and we really were not sure if she would make it. After a long rehab with Nicole at Pearl, my Chloe was finally stable enough to make it home to FL. That was over 3 years ago and happily Chloe has recently turned 28 years old and is doing fantastic along with my other 2 , Vash and my mini Mr Nibbles. They are all alive because she cared. Thank you Nicole!

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The saved lives of my horses.

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June 8, 2011


June 8, 2011

We first met PEARL when working several cases with the Sherriff's Department. They got serious about Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue techniques, and also use natural horsemanship training techniques to work with their cases (horses that have been taken in from abuse and starvation).
were impressed with their "real world" attitude - understanding that we can't save EVERY single horse - that they needed to have a JOB and a FOSTER or ADOPTIVE home that actually would be a good match. They understand that funds have to be raised by the organization to feed the animals, and they work hard to find homes quickly, working with local veterinarians to ensure follow up care for the animals.
We have worked with them since 2005 and have worked several cases with them. Now they are offering a course in Large Animal Cruelty Investigations to get to the bottom of the problems with disposable animals by EDUCATING law enforcement and animal control officers in their state of SC as well as other states.
PEARL is involved in every aspect of the horse industry within the state of SC, from the State Vet's office to Clemson University's public education efforts. We are proud to be allied with this organization.


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PEARL took in 14 horses in a high-profile abuse case in 2007, all at once. Volunteers and a network of donors came together to ensure the animals' medical needs, nutritional needs, and networking for new homes all came together in a matter of hours to days, and supported these animals for several months until the case was complete. All the animals found homes that are taking GOOD care of the animals.

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Increase their visibility - and improve the additions to their website to make it more functional and useable.

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Very Well

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What is unique about this organization?

They have a REAL WORLD attitude - they help where they can, educate, network, and otherwise make recommendations that might be a better solution for individual animals. They are not a Pie in the Sky Let's Save Everything organization. That level of sanity and professionalism makes them easier to deal with that the crazy horse lady type rescues.

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