My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Ching Farm Rescue, Riverton, UT, USA
I had gotten two horses- a young gelding and his old momma, Pam. I was only expecting to get one, the young horse, but Pam needed a home too. I took them both. At first, I did okay financially, but then Pam had some health conditions that I couldn't afford, and on top of that, I was trying to help her gain weight, which got expensive very quickly. I put an ad up on ksl, and I was very suspicious of anyone who contacted me. I wasn't satisfied with anyone who wanted my old mare; I wanted her to go to a place where she'd be loved and appreciated and cared for in the best way. Faith contacted me. It was like a blessing from heaven. I visited her farm to check things out and I instantly fell in love. Every single animal is loved and known as an individual. And I mean every single one. Each one is adored by Faith and her volunteers. I decided to send my Pammy there, and I'm so happy that I did. While I've only been able to visit a few times, I know she's being cared for and loved. Last time I visited, Pam looked like she'd gained all the weight she needed to, and she had her own little herd of another horse and her buddy's sheep friends (the older horses are kept separate from the main herd so they stay safe). I cannot sing Ching Farm's praises loud enough! It's a save haven for all sorts of creatures, and the best part is that each one is cared for, loved, happy, and healthy.