Rescued Belgian mare and bay pony grooming each other at their foster home. These 2 horses are among 28 seized in a recent cruelty case. They are settling in nicely and seem very happy to have lots of good hay.
- These mares were among the 14 seized by Lauderdale County officials in an animal cruelty investigation. A veterinarian has assigned these horses a score of 1 on the Henneke Scale (the lowest possible score) which means they are extremely emaciated. The horse on the left also has a nasty case of rain rot. Please consider a donation to SRER to help provide for the needs of these horses. Donations can be made via PayPal at the rescue website, mailed to Singing River Rescue at 2701 Mall Road, PMB 159, Florence, AL 35630 or left at Longrider Supply in Florence, AL.
Lucky has been adopted by a wonderful family that will provide him with lots of love. He is shown here meeting his new pasturemate.
Waylon and his awesome adopter on their first ride together. We are so pleased that this sweet boy found such a great home!
This emaciated mare was seized by animal control/law enforcement officials and brought to SRER. She has a long road ahead but we are hopeful for a complete recovery.
Waylon is settling in nicely at his new home. He is shown here following his new buddy Spot around the pasture.
Handsome Flash was adopted last week and his new family loves him!
Cash & Red are stallions that were seized in a cruelty case a few weeks back. The foster family has done a great job rehabilitating these guys. We will let you know when they are ready for adoption.
Joe meets his new pasturemate Dixie. It was love at first sight.
Lucy and Squirrel looking and feeling good. A big shout out to the volunteer that got them started on the road to recovery and to the wonderful foster family providing them with lots of love and care while we await the trial date.