Nonprofit asking for donations to save horses from kill pen
Pride and Joy Rescue received word about trucks of foals being delivered to kill pens from the southwest
FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) - Non-profit organization Pride and Joy Rescue, based in Fargo, is asking for immediate action to help save a truckload of foals on their way to a kill pen in Kansas.
Pride and Joy Rescue received word about trucks of foals being delivered to kill pens from the southwest. A representative from the non-profit tells Valley News Live the reservations are having a tough time controlling their horse numbers, so roundups of foals have been happening.
People from the Fargo non-profit were asked to drive to Kansas to rescue 2 or 3 of the foals and help find them permanent homes. They tell us they are unable to complete the drive without emergency funding, as transportation costs and bail for the baby horses would be around $2,000 dollars.
If you are willing to help in their mission, donations can be made to their PayPal, venmo, or checks dropped off at the rescue:
- PayPal: email@example.com
- Venmo: prideandjoyrescue
- Rescue Address: 7420 40th Ave NW, Fargo
A non-profit representative says if they not able to make the trip due to funding, donors will be offered a refund or the opportunity to direct the donation to the rescue’s vet bill or a horse’s care.
On Peabody Kansas Horse pen’s Facebook page they quote, ““This is a kill pen so nothing is guaranteed with any horse. We strive to help horses find a loving home”
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