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Katia and Kawachi" With human encroachment on natural habitats a constant feature of our modern world, Wild For Life Foundation has oftentimes been the first and the only place where injured, orphaned and homeless equines could find refuge. Wild For Life Foundation provides rescue, rehabilitation, adoption and sanctuary services for at risk wild and domestic equines in need. At Wild For Life Foundation these vulnerable victims receive the urgent and ongoing care they need as based WFLF's standards of equine care and nationally recognized best practices and protocols for equine rescue, sanctuary and rehabilitation. Wild For Life Foundation delivers an important public service by providing a place where orphaned, distressed, injured, or displaced horses and burros get a second chance at life and are able to thrive and live out their lives in peace and safety.

The vast challenges facing America’s animals, wildlife and their natural habitats are immense. Through your generous contribution of time, resources and talent toward WFLF’s continuing lifesaving mission and WFLF's acquisition of land to serve its mission, you will be taking an active role in assuring preservation and the permanent care and safety of these precious resources for generations to come. The Wild For Life Foundation needs and respectfully seeks your support. We can’t do this work without you. You make our healing and lifesaving work possible."

- Katia Louise, Founder, President, Volunteer Executive Director


ABOUT OUR FOUNDER, PRESIDENT, VOLUNTEER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Katia Louise

Wild For Life Foundation (WFLF) began through the vision and hard work of its founder, Katia Louise. WFLF is the outcome of Katia's passionate altruism and decision to pursue her lifelong compassionate commitment to help animals in need.

In 2008 Katia first seeded the founding of the Wild for Life Foundation. She is a highly regarded champion for the health and welfare of animals, an inspirational speaker on the topic of animal welfare and equine issue, and she is also the international award winning director and producer of SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES A NATION BETRAYED. As a documentarian and academic researcher, Katia has authored many published investigative studies, reports and papers on equine welfare issues. Katia oftentimes works undercover investigating animal cruelty, and to bring justice and exposure to the issues of animal cruelty, with a focus in the U.S. and in California’s as related to equine cruelty, neglect, and the illegal underground slaughter pipeline. Through the investigation of these issues and during the making of her film, Saving America's Horses, she encountered a number of helpless horses trapped in the seedy underground pipeline and on the verge of shipping to slaughter. It was Katia who then said, “Not on my watch!” and she saved them. And that’s how WFLF’s equine rescue program was born. Many of the costs for the animals rescued over the years of WFLF's equine rescue program have been footed by Ms. Louise and her husband. As news spread, donations and grants supporting WFLF's rescue and sanctuary program have grown over the years, enabling WFLF to increase the number of lives saved from a handful each year to hundreds.

Now in our 10th year, the Wild for Life Foundation has a well established track record of compliance with all relevant laws and regulations. The Wild For Life Foundation has built a solid reputation based on integrity and compassion with its extraordinary work in advocacy and hands-on care for animals in desperate need of help. We are deeply committed to these majestic sentient beings and we are devoted to upholding and carrying out our mission to save, protect, preserve and defend them through education advocacy, rescue and sanctuary.

Katia Louise volunteers her time, resources, talents and services to carry out WFLF's important mission. Katia is the screenwriter, director and producer of “Saving America’s Horses: A Nation Betrayed”, which has won multiple international awards including Best Documentary Film in Los Angeles and Best Environmental Film in Canada, and was released to theaters bi-coastally with qualification for the Academy Awards. Katia is also the founder of the Saving America's Horses Initiative, an international consortium of equine veterinarians, equestrian professionals, equine welfare experts, researchers, horse advocates, scientists, film and television artists, and concerned citizens working in concert to promote wild horse preservation initiatives with a focus on the prevention of equine cruelty and ending the slaughter of America's horses. Ms Louise is the recipient of multiple international awards recognizing her work in Advocacy, Conservation, Animal Welfare and Protection. The results of Katia's investigations and academic research, as well as her white papers, articles, documentaries and publications have been featured in international news publications and syndicated news and have raised the bar for animal protection in the U.S. and elevated awareness and compassion globally. Katia continues her life work in animal rescue, academic research, humane education and cruelty investigations for voluntarily for WFLF and she oversees the operations of WFLF’s Rescue Sanctuary and Educational Programs.

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Katia Louise, aka 'Red Horse Spirit Hawk' of the Elk clan, is a proud descendent of the Oglala Lakota Sioux. She walks in the direction of the West as she carries the prayer of our ancestors and Elder Councils with her amazing love for our sacred four-legged relatives. Contact Red Horse Spirit Hawk

 

 

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