Here are just a few of the stories of our rescues.
Fred is approximately 16 years old. Fred was discovered in a backyard emaciated. His only food source was his fecal matter. Fred had numerous injuries including several to his skull. Fred was near death. Other rescues said to put him down. Fred’s eyes said different. Fred was over 800 lbs under weight. Fred was saved by Great Spirit Animal Sanctuary and their fosters. They knew he wanted to live. He has a long road to his recovery, but Fred is now a member of the herd and thriving more and more as each day passes.
Fred never has to worry about not having food or care ever again. Fred was saved in early 2018 and moved to the Sanctuary on Christmas in 2018.
Fred is hoping that you become one of his monthly sponsors today. His sponsors help pay his medical and feed costs.
Romeo was found walking along a road in the desert. Upon being rescued it was discovered that Romeo was previously living in a small 10 x 10 pen for several years. Romeo was no longer useful to his owners. Romeo had a back injury and can no longer be ridden or used as a roping horse.
Romeo now has a permanent home for life at Great Spirit Animal Sanctuary. He never has to be worried about being in a locked pen again. Romeo arrived on Thanksgiving in 2018 Romeo is approximately 14 years old and we’re hoping he’ll live at least another 14 at the Sanctuary.
Romeo is hoping that you become one of his monthly sponsors today. His sponsors help pay his medical and feed costs.
Juliette is a youngster yet at approximately 2 years old. Juliette was being ridden daily for rides. Due to the over excessiveness of being ridden at a very young age, she has developed bone on bone injuries to her legs. Juliette can no longer ever be ridden.
Juliette has found a permanent home for the remaining years of her life at Great Spirit Animal Sanctuary. She never has to worry about being abused again. Juliette arrived at the Sanctuary on Thanksgiving in 2018.
Juliette is hoping that you become one of her monthly sponsors today. Her sponsors help pay her medical and feed costs.