Horses in need of Sponsorship

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As horses in need are rescued and welcomed at Whispering Hearts, it is hoped that the majority will go on to adoption into loving forever homes. However, for those with dealing with chronic health issues, past injuries or trauma or advanced age, Whispering Hearts becomes their loving forever home.

Providing lifelong care for these horses is a considerable demand on resources. The WHHR Sponsorship Program offers generous donors a rewarding way to be an important part of the solution - a way to show how much you care.

If you are undecided about which horse is right for you, a general sponsorship of the HERD could be the way to go.  So many stories, so much hardship in their past and all so deserving of the opportunity of a wonderful future. While it is hoped that the majority will eventually find loving forever homes, allowing more horses to be rescued by WHHR, many will wait a considerable length of time before they find their perfect match. In the meantime, diligent care will continue and donations to help fund that care would be gratefully welcomed.

These horses are in need of your sponsorship:

 

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Beautiful BELLA is a 12-year-old black quarter horse. Unfortunately, Bella has severe cataracts and is close to being blind. When Bella was one year of age she was rescued from a terrible home. Sadly, her new home and the next proved to be unsuitable for her. Bella’s disability makes it difficult for her to be in an enclosed space therefore life in the herd at WHHR is the best environment for this girl. Brenda’s innate knowledge and compassion have turned Bella’s life around and have ensured that a safe and comfortable future lies ahead for Bella.

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HALO SLEW was one of a group of nine horses and one donkey rescued by Whispering Hearts from a farm in Brockville in April 2015. Halo arrived at the farm underweight, sick and one side of her face paralyzed. She had gone blind in her left eye, because her paralysis prevents her from blinking.

Shortly thereafter it was discovered that Halo’s grandfather was Seattle Slew, a Triple Crown winner and widely considered to be one of the top ten thoroughbred race horses ever. Fate was not so kind to Halo and her life as a brood mare took her down a rough path with questionable owners. When Halo’s last owner could no longer care for her, her journey to WHHR was a positive stepping stone to a life where she will receive an abundance of love and the best of care.

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Meet JAKE, a donkey who is an amazing 46-year-old lovable character.  Jake came to WHHR from Toronto Island in lllll  In many ways Jake is the face of Whispering Hearts and is the official greeter during public events.  Young and old want a picture with this delightful boy and he aims to please!

 

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WILLOW is a beautiful 22-yearold Appaloosa more who arrived at WHHS in 2009. Willow’s owner went through a very difficult period and sadly passed away leaving Willow with no home. Sadness and uncertainty was followed by good fortune when Willow was welcomed with open arms at Whispering Hearts. Her transition to a new life was not always easy due to her nervous nature however in time Willow gratefully realized she had found her forever home. Only good things await this lovely mare!

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Handsome ZEUS is a 12 year old bay thoroughbred, 17 hands high, who has been at WHHR for 6 years.  In his earlier career, Zeus was a successful racehorse.  Sadly Zeus went from a great owner to a not so great owner and his life took a downhill turn.  Lucky for Zeus, his first caring owner tracked him down in the U.S. and brought him back to retire at WHHR.  Although Zeus has a commanding appearance, his battered confidence is still a work in progress.  Lots of WHHR TLC will continue to do wonders for him.

Sponsor the Herd 

If you are undecided about which horse is right for you, a general sponsorship of the HERD could be the way to go.  So many stories, so much hardship in their past and all so deserving of the opportunity of a wonderful future.   While it is hoped that the majority will eventually find loving forever homes, allowing more horses to be rescued by WHHR, many will wait a considerable length of time before they find their perfect match.  In the meantime, diligent care will continue and donations to help fund that care would be gratefully welcomed.