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The "WFLF Monero Mustangs Rescue Mission" ENDED in June of 2015. It is one of many successful lifesaving projects under WFLF's Lifesaving Wild Horse Rescue & Recovery Mission.

 

Wild Mustangs Saved from the Brink of Death by the Wild For Life Foundation

This mission was completed in June 2015, and you can learn more about the Mustangs saved through this monumental rescue mission here go

Mustangs saved by Wild For Life Foundation
At Risk Mustangs
Mustangs saved from slaughter arrive to WFLF sanctuary
Mustangs saved by the Wild For Life Foundation
mission accomplished
Mustangs saved by the Wild For Life Foundation
mission accomplished
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Mustangs saved by the Wild For Life Foundation
Mustang saved by Wild for Life Foundation

 

 

 




 

 

 

Mustangs saved by the Wild For Life Foundation

 

Mustangs saved by Wild For Life Foundation

 

Mustangs sved by the Wild For Life Foundation

 

 

 

 

Mustangs saved by Wild For Life Foundation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prince Antonio

(Above: a young colt we named Prince. He was the first born colt at our sanctuary from this rescue mission- his mother was pregnant at the time of her rescue and she gave birth to him within weeks of her arrival to our facilities. She would have likely miscarried while in route to Mexico for slaughter, but through this rescue mission we were able to save them both)

 

Mustang saved by the Wild For Life Foundation

WFLF-Monero Mustangs

(Above, Lenuba and Mariposa. A mother/ daughter pair - they were among the first fifteen wild Spanish Mustang mares from this rescue mission, whom WFLF accepted into its rescue and protection program. This picture was taken by WFLF at one of WFLF's sanctuary facilties where these Mustang's every need was provided for by the Wild For Life Foundation.)

Mustangs saved by the Wild For Life Foundation

 

 

ABOUT IMAGES OF EQUINES that are depicted on this page as related to this rescue mission: WILD FOR LIFE FOUNDATION (WFLF) saved these horses from slaughter and became the LEGAL OWNER of them. The images displayed by WFLF of these Mustangs are a testament to the profound success of this monumental rescue mission, an effort supported by the ASPCA, Best Friends Animal Society, Monero Mustangs and thousands of people. WFLF owns the COPYRIGHTS for these images. Permission has been granted for their use as WFLF sees fit, to document and promote WFLF's LIFESAVING work and Mission. Documentation and promotion of equines served through WFLF's lifesaving work is essential to carrying out the mission to save, protect and preserve wild and domestic equines in need.

Note: Photographs watermarked with the WILD FOR LIFE FOUNDATION name are federally protected under copyright law. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

 

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