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Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society

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Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: We strive to educate the public about proper horse care, work with law enforcement to investigate reports of neglect or abuse and remove animals from neglectful owners, rehabilitate and rehome horses and other equine animals who enter our program.

Results: As of September 1, 2013, we have brought 701 horses and other equines into the rescue. Nearly 500 have been placed with adopters.

Target demographics: abused, neglected, abandoned and estray horses and other equines

Direct beneficiaries per year: 47 equines come into our rehabilitation program, several law enforcement agencies investigate neglect cases, and 110 horses find adopters

Geographic areas served: Texas

Programs: assistance to law enforcement officers in handling equine neglect cases, rehabilitating neglected and abused horses and other equines, and placing those equines with loving adopters.

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1 Story from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Several years ago,as a horse mother of 2 gelding friends, I had the heart wrenching reality that my unexpected 'life changes' left me to financially support the continued care of both of my beautiful geldings.
After researching & speaking with several organizations , I reluctantly prepared for the day when 'Pitman' would leave us for an unknown life in a new home via Bluebonnet.
I remember the volunteer ladies being nicely surprised at how healthy & handsome he was (which tells me of the sad cases in need that they see with too much frequency)
This organization has honored & respected 'Pitman's unknown early years/history , which I believe left him scarred from probable abuse.
They STILL to this day, have him in a foster home because they will only relinquish his care to a forever home that will NOT ride him.
This organization is TRULY authentic in it's mission of not only rescuing horses , but also ensuring that each & every horse's remaining days are SAFE beyond their initial rescue.
I have followed Pitman's story where possible & now as 'Eclipse' I am fortunate to know that he is still 'lovingly' cared for without compromise.
I for one, am forever grateful to each & every volunteer from this truly amazing equine rescue facility of the highest caliber!

Gratefully, Joanne Steele-Walker (Tomball, TX)

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