October 25, 2012
I adopted three sweet beautiful Arabian horses through the Arabian Horse Rescue Mission (ARM) this year, and was immensely impressed with their Kentucky farm and all staff. From what I have seen in about a dozen visits to the Glasgow farm this year, the horses are truly well cared for, the grounds and facilities are well kept, and those involved genuinely care about the horses. I was treated well, and was introduced to all horses and given time to visit with them. Helping the horses and finding them good homes genuinely seems to be their top priority, and they work hard to pair the right horse with the appropriate person. They feed and nurse horses back to health which haven't had enough to eat; and rescue and help rehabilitate horses which have been abused. They assist horse owners who ask for help when a crisis occurs and the individuals can no longer care for their horses.. ARM will assist in finding new homes for these horses. I've never seen horses any more loved and cared for than those at the Glasgow farm, even horses who are only there for a short time. From everything I have seen, ARM is a caring and outstanding charity ... truly worthy of any and all assistance given them in helping to feed and give shelter to sweet, beautiful loving horses.
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