The UNITED SOCIETY FOR PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
is glad that you have stopped by our web site! As a quick note, we do post many horses on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/groups/unitedspca.
Our organization consists of a dedicated family of volunteers whose hearts are open to assisting domestic horses in need. We work closely with law enforcement, people in disaster situations, and rehoming mustangs as well.
In our work, we find it gratifying to see the end result of our work. A horse comes in whose ribs and hips are protruding like a washboard, the life drained from their eyes. After a few short weeks in our care, that horse blossoms, the eyes brighten, the weight begins to come on, and care continues through adoption. It is a remarkable transition.
Sadly there are times when we don't get to a horse in time to save them; it is heartbreaking. This generally occurs when we don't have funds to cover care and we have to continue the care of those who are currently housed here from prior need that have not yet been adopted.
That is where you come in. We need you or your family and friends to adopt horses, give them a permanent home, foster them for a year. If you are unable to do that, please donate to their care. Without you, we have to turn away animals in need. No one else will donate as they believe that someone else has donated. It just doesn't work like that.
If you believe someone else donates, they have the same thought you do, and then no one donates. We are in need of funding through philanthropy to continue our mission. All these animals need your generous support!
January 2016 started with a call for support to our office. These cattle, goats, sheep, and chickens have no adequate shelter, are standing in nearly knee deep mud, covered in lice and are without medical care. The goats (not pictured) are just as thin, along with sheep, and one that just lambed in this winter weather. They need your support to survive. Please donate what you can. We will post updates soon.
Please see our joinable Facebook group: Friends of the United SPCA for the latest updates. Thanks for visiting!