Saving America’s Horses steps up efforts to help victimized Wild and Domestic Horses through the holidays

New Call-to-Action Campaign adds meaning for holiday shopping by helping horses in need
ANZA, CALIFORNIA, USA, November 21, 2015 -- Saving America’s Horses today announced the   Now you can help ‘touch the world with love’ and make a difference this holiday season when you buy an artful Saving America’s Horses HOPE Tees for Horses T-shirt.  Shop now to bring lifesaving aid to horses in need, and receive in time for your holiday gift-giving.
launch of its all new call-to-action campaign to help forgotten and victimized horses and burros in need.
The all new Saving America’s Horses ‘HOPE Tees for Horses’ design features the majesty and beauty of  rare wild Spanish Mustang survivors who were saved from slaughter.   100% of the proceeds from the shirts go directly to aid to horses in need through the Wild for Life Foundation Charity.

Today’s wild American horses find themselves targeted for extinction on their quickly disappearing and threatened Native home lands.   “The underground exploitation, eradication and removal of America's horses destined for human consumption abroad is a global issue with immense environmental implications and potentially grave health risks to unsuspecting people of all ages on a global level,” said Katia Louise, director of Saving America’s Horses.  “Now more than ever, we need to build support and momentum to save the horses from these unspeakable cruelties.” 
Now you can make a difference and help save precious lives with a beautiful limited edition HOPE Tees for Horses T-shirt. The shirts are available in long sleeve - youth, adult and ladies sizes. They can be purchased online through the Saving America’s Horses Booster page. But hurry!. These limited edition shirts are only available until 12AM EST, Nov 26th.

Over the last several months, WFLF has rescued and provided emergency rescue, placement and ongoing care for more than 200 imperiled, victimized and homeless wild horses and domestic horses. Wild For Life Foundation (WFLF) provides lifesaving equine rescue regardless of age, breed or disability. WFLF provides life sustaining hay and feed, urgent care, rehabilitation, education and sanctuary and adoption for needy rescue horses.  WFLF’s wild horse preservation initiative offers a lifesaving and educational program for the rescue and long term sanctuary of wild horses and burros in need.  Without your continued support we would be unable sustain our lifesaving mission to save and help these victimized horses. WFLF is an all volunteer nonprofit 501(C)3 organization and depends 100% upon the generosity of others to accomplish its mission. Federal ID# 26-3052458

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Rescue wild horses soon to roam freely again

Great news!  We are thrilled to announce our final phase in the momentous WFLF Monero-Mustang Rescue and Recovery Mission. Over 150 wild horses that had previously lost everything and had become in grave risk of slaughter, were rescued by the Wild For Life Foundation (WFLF) in 2014, and those that were not adoptable were welcomed into WFLF’s wild horse recovery center where they began arriving last summer. We are thrilled to announce that a number of these horses will soon be ready to leave WFLF's transitional recovery center in Southern California for new beginnings.

WFLF founded the WFLF Monero Rescue and Recovery Mission to save the lives of these majestic wild
horses and has since continued to provide for the ongoing feed, care and housing for over 50 of them, including incoming foals, pregnant and nursing mares and others with special medical needs.  The final leg of this special mission opens the door so that the legacy of the Monero-Mustangs can live on. In addition to assuring a second chance at life for these victimized horses, through this final phase, these horses will soon be able to live life where they can roam freely, and experience peace in a safe haven environment.  

But funds are urgently needed to pay costs for fuel/ transport and to supply quality hay and vet care through this crucial time of transition. Time is of the essence to get them safely transported before the hot summer months kick in.

Your assistance is needed to help us raise needed funds to make this opportunity a reality for this special group of Mustangs.  Will you help us assure a bright future for these wild horses that have previously suffered and lost so much? We are doing our best to secure these funds in a time when there is little to share. We are relying on $5, 10 and $20 donations from good, caring, horse loving people that want to see America's wild horses have a fighting chance against those that have been killing them and relentlessly exploited them, and driving them to near extinction.  Please help us now. Your tax deductible donation to the Wild For Life Foundation will help pay for their needed transport and lifesaving provisions so that we can successfully carry out and complete this monumental rescue mission. Will you help us meet this challenge by making a donation today? Will you also share this and ask your friends to match your donation? We truly cannot do this without you. Please stand by us now. Use the link below to make a donation now. Thank you!"

Or to donate by mail, please send a check or money order to:
Wild For Life Foundation
19510 Van Buren Blvd, Ste F3236
Riverside, CA 92508

We are truly grateful for this wonderful opportunity, and with your continued support these horses will soon be able to embark on this next momentous leg of their very special journey and begin their new lives on open pastures in Northern California. Please consider making a meaningful donation to help us carry out this important mission.  Wild for Life Foundation is an all volunteer nonprofit charity dedicated to saving, protecting and preserving wild and domestic equines. Your gift is tax deductible and will be directly utilized to help these horses.

With gratitude,
Katia Louise, President
The Wild For Life Foundation
Saving America's Horses

New horse slaughter legislation in the U.S.

Take action to help end U.S. horse slaughter
May 10, 2015- 
The Safeguard American Food Exports (SAFE) Act was just reintroduced in the House by Rep. Frank Guinta (R-NH) and in the Senate by Sen. Menendez, Robert [D-NJ]. If passed by both the House and the Senate this bill would prohibit the slaughter of horses in the United States for human consumption, as well as the export of live horses for the same purpose.

Take action to help end the possibility of U.S. horse slaughter by sending an automated letter of support to Rep. Frank C Guinta. [R-NH-1]. With your support both people and horses would be protected by this new legislation.

Watch and share this PSA’s from WFLF-SAH, ""Health Alert: Toxic substances and the Human food chain"".

In the absence of federal protection, over 100,000 American wild and domestic horses and burros are shipped across federal borders to slaughter plants in Mexico and Canada each year. What most people don't realize is that 92% of the horses sent to slaughter are sound, young and healthy. These are among America’s finest and brightest horses; champion show horses, Thoroughbred racehorses, summer camp ponies and even wild horses taken from their native lands, but the resounding evidence of cruelty to equines inside the U.S. once they are designated as food animals is chilling. And, America’s horses are treated with many substances known to be toxic to humans; substances that can be lethal when ingested by humans, and many of which have been banned from the human food chain in most countries.  All this, and yet horse slaughter proponents are continuing to push for the reopening of horse slaughter plants in the U.S.
Now more than ever, we need to build support and momentum to save the horses and end this cruelty.
Stand and be heard - Stand united for the horses.

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