My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Save A Forgotten Equine, Woodinville, WA, USA
I adopted my horse Leo through SAFE in November 2011. I first met him at a fundraiser for another horse. Leo was getting care at the same facility after being gelded and for some other illnesses. My whole family fell in love with Leo at first sight. After we left that evening, we decided to pursue getting to know and adopt Leo. What we didn't know was the extent of his illnesses. All the people at SAFE were so generous and forthcoming about everything going on with him even though he was not available for adoption at that point because of his health. There were a lot of unknowns with Leo and I feel like SAFE did an excellent job working with us and the various vets to make sure we were able and willing to take on Leo. The processes that you go through to adopt a horse through them was throughly explained on their website and they went just as explained. They have been a fabulous non profit to work with and I would recommend them to anyone wanting to adopt, volunteer or support. Leo is doing fabulously now with us and we will forever be grateful to SAFE for rescueing and rehabilitating him!!!
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They went to great lengths financially to find out what was wrong with Leo. The diagonistic tests he required were very expensive. I appreciate that they saw a future for him despite his illnesses. Having him as part of our family has been fantastic and we will never be the same!!!
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By chance at a fundraiser at Northwest Equine Stewardship Center in Monroe.