What does time means for an animal rescue?
For the horses and donkeys arriving at Fluffyland it is time to heal, time to eat and time to improve.
Due to the poor economy some horses arrive in very bad condition with illnesses and underweight.
They are working animals, not pets.
Time to heal
The best way to show how quick horses can improve while they are given the right type of food are some pictures.
Take a look at Haridey and see how time did the job!
We have loads of examples, also with terrible wounds, but those I'll not show at Yoors.
Time needed to raise funds
It all started with one horse (Prince Fluffy Kareem) and today we have over 200 animals.
Imagine how much money is needed.
We started of with donation requests posted on facebook.
People held fundraisers in their home countries and sold horse tag etc.
Getting more and more animals extra ways of income had to been found.
Applying for grants (see blog Vote at mygivingcircle.org) and registering the charity in the UK .
Taking part in ebay non profit shares.
Put up a foster sponsor system to mention another one.
I think you get the idea how much time goes into it.
Time before and after dinner
A general view at fluffyland before and at dinner time :-)
How much time is needed to keep the area clean?
Time is up
We can not save all horses. Sometimes it is time to let them go.
As example the 18 year old mule Shokre who arrived february 9th.
Incredibly thin and with horrendous skin condition.
He was treated with his buddy Adham and received kindness and good food.
But unfortunately he did not make it and left us at february 19th.
Maybe if he had reached us sooner, maybe things would have been different.
We hope you remember that for a very short while you were treated with all the love and care you deserved.
We’ll take good care of your buddy Adham I promise you.
Sleep well beautiful boy
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