We are delighted to share with you two very happy horse adoptions.
“Cronus,” a dark bay thoroughbred stallion, came to us in early 2012 along with 5 other horses seized from a local ranch due to abuse and neglect. Cronus was adopted last week by Tracy Hora and went to his new home in Southern California.
Our Humane Officers seized Wayward Storm and a number of other neglected horses in the Auberry area in early August 2013. Wayward Storm had suffered a very deep laceration to a hind leg due to becoming entangled in barb wire fencing. He has been under the great care of our skilled veterinarians, Dr. Swanson of All Creatures Veterinary Clinic, and our staff and was now ready to find a loving forever home.
Ozzie is a quiet guy and according to his previous owner has been ridden. Ozzie came in with Harriet and we would like to see them go to a home together.
Jason (ID#18617893) is a 5 year old, thoroughbred gelding.
Magic is a 14 year old Saddlebred cross. According to her previous owner she is broke and needs an experienced rider. She has a lot of energy and might make a good endurance horse. Her adoption fee is $300.
We are happy to announce that Cricket, our Palomino gelding from the Sanger group, was adopted on Saturday. He will be living at Shadow Glen Stables in Sacramento.
Holly had her baby this morning! It was a healthy girl born at around 8:40am. Congratulations Holly!
Well folks, here we are again. Our second mare, Holly, is getting ready to give us another new bundle of joy. We had hoped that she would hold off a little bit, but she decided that now is the time. We are expecting her to deliver in the next few days. Holly came in with […]
Happy Ending Rabbit and Thumper not only went home together they took Oliver with them also.
We are extremely grateful to the community outpouring of interest and support for the horses. We will have regular updates such as this one as we move forward with their care and future.
Lil John and Lady are ready to find a new home. They were part of the starving horses seized by the CCSPCA but are now ready for a permanent home.