The world can become a kinder place for animals …

We humans can overpower animals in so many ways, but we can also choose to be kind to them. While Custard’s memory of her birth mother may begin to dim, we will never forget the heartache as she was taken from her, and we extend our sincere and heartfelt thanks to the good folk at Horse Shepherd Equine Sanctuary for so readily opening their barn doors to this innocent little baby.

Our greatest hope for a humane and just world for all rests in the fact that things can change. Please help change the world for the better—be kind to animals. It really is that simple.

“If we could live happy and healthy lives without harming others, why wouldn’t we?”

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2 thoughts on “The world can become a kinder place for animals …

  1. Loving seeing all your posts each day. If I lived down there, you would have a permanent helper!! I love lambs most of all, although I love all animals. I would love to work with them. You are such a blessing in taking care of all these sweet babies. May God be with you and all your staff. Hug the lambs for me. Lambsie is my nickname as I have always loved lambs and sheep.

    In Christian Love,
    Alice Hardy
    Eastaboga, Alabama USA

  2. WOW I am so sad to learn about Nanny mares. The almighty $$$$ has robbed us of our humanity. I have made a declaration to myself today to never bet on another horse race and do all I can to raise awareness of the cruelty that goes on. Thank you for all the wonderful work you do and giving little Custard a chance to run free in a paddock .

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