Breaking News: Nonprofit Horse Rescue Group Challenges Inhumane Experimental Surgery — hocuspocus13

Originally posted on Straight from the Horse’s Heart: Source: Front Range Equine Rescue Despite strong opposition, the Bureau of Land Management, (BLM), intends to move forward with gruesome and dangerous sterilization experiments on wild mares HINES, Ore., July 26, 2016 – Front Range Equine Rescue (FRER), a national nonprofit working to end the abuse…

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Life: We Take it for Granted


I’ll never understand how one can kill another living being.

With all the violence happening recently and in the past (Alton Sterling, Louisiana,  Orlando, France, 911 and the list seems endless), one must question does anyone value life?

The lives lost that don’t make the news from child abuse, gang shootings, sex trafficking, dog fighting, child labor and the many other dark acts of the souless should not exist. BUT, they do.

How does one lose compassion or never have it?

Tragedies and loss could be the reason for the loss of compassion,  but I feel it’s a choice the person has made to have no compassion and choose to hate, to harm and to not value life.

I’ve had tragedy and loss. I could have chosen a very different and dark life, drug addiction, suicide, victim, etc. I understand the pain from tragedy and loss. But, I never allowed myself to lose compassion.

What will it take to change the part of the world that is void of compassion?

Us, who value life and whose hearts are not closed to love, to being kind, open to understanding and want change, we will need to infect compassion into the compassionless world.

Bridget and Louie


A happy ending to another case of abuse and neglect. Bridget and Louie were lucky they were surrendered to a Texas Animal Shelter, because it led them to love and a better life.

Louie, the black dog, clung to Bridget in the animal shelter. They were fostered by a loving couple while waiting for a furever home. The foster couple helped Bridget and Louie get healthy, trust and show them the good dog life.

Bridget and Louie are now with their furever family in San Diego. To learn about their journey from abuse to love, visit their Facebook page.


Before and After Pics

The difference Love and proper care makes in a dog’s life.