My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Arabian Rescue Mission Inc, Leitchfeild, KY, USA
In October, 2010, Arabian Rescue Mission (ARM) intervened in an unbelievably horrific neglect situation in Selma, Alabama rescuing 26 arabians I believe..not quite sure of the number. Out of those 26 horses were a mare and foal which my husband and I adopted shortly after they were rescued. ARM was instrumental in saving these horses. My mare and her foal, whom we call Faith and Rooster, were horribly emaciated..probably a 2 on the body condition scale. These horses were sent to ARM fosters for the first 30 days to recouperate and begin the long road to recovery. Faith and Rooster were taken in by a wonderful couple who treated and cared for these horses like they were their own. Within 30 days they were both looking more like horses than skeletons. My husband went to Alabama to pick them up the day after Thanksgiving and it was such a wonderful day when they arrived at our place. Faith and Rooster are thriving! I honestly believe if it had not been for ARM my babies would not have made it another 30 days. Terry Figuero and her team at ARM are WONDERFUL! I can't say enough good about this group. They have saved more horses from neglect situations than I can count. Many horse in need of expensive medical care, farriors..some with hooves that actually turn up...dental..horses that have serious dental issues causing them to be unable to eat and thus deteriorate from lack of food. Their hearts are in the rescue business for the right reason! They are my hero's and I will be ever grateful for what they did to save the 26 horses in Alabama and the many , many other neglect situations in which they have intervened. I am proud to say I know these people personally and cherish their friendship and what they stand for. God bless them in their future endeavers! Gloria Gonzalez, Shellman, GA 39886
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