WFLF rescues and evacuates equines from life threatening situations and distaster. We provide medical care, food, shelter and a 2nd chance at life for rescued wild and domestic equines. We facilitate the rescue of and provide for the long term sanctuary of wild horses removed from America's public and Native rangelands.
Through WFLF's Safe Haven Emergency Rescue and Recovery, we serve the community needs of at risk equines both locally and on a national level.
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Wild for Life Foundation
19510 Van Buren Blvd, Ste F3236
Riverside, CA 92508
Federal ID No. 26-3052458
NAVAJO HORSES RESCUE AND RECOVERY MISSION
MUSTANGS SAVED FROM SLAUGHTER
Seventeen imperiled Navajo Mustangs, ages 6 months -5 years old (including several pregnant mares) were all at risk of slaughter after being captured in New Mexico (NM). These wild horses were saved from slaughter, evacuated out of NM and provided safe harbor in Bonsall, CA by the Wild For Life Foundation, thanks to your kind and generous donations. But rescue is just the beginning of a long, dedicated endeavor to provide the best quality of life for these captured, abused and neglected victims. These Mustangs need your kind and generous financial support to keep them safe forever. Please consider making a meaningful donation today.
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These sacred Navajo ponies were at risk of slaughter after being captured off the reservation. They were evacuated out of northern New Mexico by WFLF’s Navajo Horses Rescue and Recovery Mission to CA where they were received in love and compassion under WFLF’s Lifetime Equine Refuge. More than 2,000 of their four-legged brothers and sisters have lost their lives during the U.S. government funded roundups which the vast majority of Navajo people oppose.
These lucky few Navajo Mustangs are being pastured and given the opportunity to fully heal in a sanctuary environment through Wild For Life Foundation. This would not be possible without the continued kind and generous support of compassionate people like you.
This is not only a brand new beginning for these horses, but a new beginning for the horse loving community. WFLF is dedicated to assuring the forever safe harbor of all rescue horses under its charter, which means seeing that their housing and care is provided for the lifetime of each horse. To accomplish this, the WFLF is seeking to acquire land for an Educational Sanctuary in the North County San Diego area. The rescue and sanctuary facilities will addititionally provide a variety of community programs to benefit both people and the horses. In this manner the WFLF will serve America's most needy equines while at the same time, touch the lives of local disadvantaged youth, wounded veterans, and beyond, through natural partnerships and equine assisted learning programs.
Wild for Life Foundation, an all volunteer 501 c3 charity that relies 100% on donations is working around the clock to assure the forever safe harbor for these and other wild and domestic equines. Funds are currently being raised to pay for needed feed, hay and vet medical care. Donations are 100% tax deductible to the full extent permitted by law.
Business Sponsorship Opportunities are also available. Contact Corporate Giving via email at email@example.com to discuss how your company and Wild For Life Foundation can work together to meet your needs while spreading the word to help Lift Humanity through Compassion for Animals.
About the Navajo Roundups:
The actual number of horses residing on the Navajo reservation is uncertain as there has been no census and reports are considerably varied. Horses are labeled as “invasive species” by the livestock industry as a means to justify their removal from the rangelands. However, in other parts of the world such as the United Kingdom, where conservation grazing is practiced, wild horse herds are being successfully restored to the woodlands and pastures to restore the lands.
More than 2,000 horses and burros have been swept away from their Native homes as a result of the recent Navajo Nation roundups and they have been reportedly shipped for slaughter.
“These sacred and majestic horses heal our hearts and they can heal the lands,” adds Katia Louise. “As Ambassadors for the horse nation, these 17 surviving foals through WFLF will be helping to educate and show the world that the re-introduction of horses to rangelands, in truth can rejuvenate the environment.”
The Navajo Horse Rescue and Recovery Mission (NHRRM) is an effort to rescue and re-home these at risk foals and other horses and burros saved from slaughter and insure they will never be subject to roundup or slaughter again.
PARTNERING RESCUE ORGANIZATIONS
OFFICIAL WFLF NHRRM RESCUE/ SANCTUARY FACILITIES & PARTNERS
The above organizations have been approved as Official WFLF Partnering Rescue and Sanctuary facilities. Partnership at this level is limited to qualified groups whose mission, ethics, values and adoption policies align with those of WFLF and its Saving America's Horses Initiative. WFLF utilizes best practices in screening partnering rescue and sanctuary organizations to insure that at risk equines rescued through the WFLF program will never be subject to roundup or slaughter again. Partnering organizations must also agree to oversight measures to insure that these equines will always be cared for humanely, will not be neglected, abandoned or abused, not be sold, or given away, or auctioned, nor utilized for breeding or racing, or rodeo activities, or for commercial exploitation.
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The Wild for Life Foundation founded the Navajo Horse Rescue and Recovery Mission to address and provide for the urgent needs of horses and burros found in life threatening situations due to the Navajo Nation roundups. We are dedicated to saving the lives of these and other majestic and sacred wild horses and burros who have been victimized by the highly contested U.S. government funded roundups.