Foster Homes Desperately Needed for Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society (TX)
BEHS has been contacted with a request for assistance with a seizure of
several horses. The herd includes at least one stallion, mares who are
likely pregnant, and younger horses. They have also been requested to
assist with a second seizure and another agency has requested our assistance with several horses they've already seized.
BEHS has not yet committed to either of the seizures - they must first
determine whether they have the resources to assist. Currently, the rescue has the manpower to perform the actual seizure but will need foster homes lined up for each horse after the seizure. The rescue is seeking foster
homes primarily in Texas but will consider those in Arkansas and those on the LA and OK borders closest to Texas. Please email Jenn at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help with foster. You can download a
fostering application at http://www.bluebonnetequine.org/help/foster.htm
And thanks poltroon - it is hard to say no, and hard to walk away. I understand how people get in over their head - you think, I'll just squeeze these in and it'll be ok. But really, I cannot commit to taking these guys in until I know they have places to go...