Promise had been starved. She was being ridden during the Delhi Parade. When she collapsed in a ditch four teenage
boys kicked her and beat her with a stick. Police officers were called to the scene so the boys ran off. No one was arrested. Grace's
Home was contacted and we made arrangements with the owner to purchase Promise. We went to the field where she was kept. She had chains
on her legs. She was so weak she could not hold her head up. Her hip bones and ribs protruded out from her emaciated body. As we slowly
walked her to the horse trailer the neighbor came over to speak to us. She told us the boys would come everyday after school and beat
the sick horse. She was so happy that we were rescuing her from them.
At Grace's Home a veterinarian was summoned to evaluate Promise's
condition. She was 400 pounds underweight, she had swollen areas from being beat, and she had an upper respiratory and reproduction
organ infection. The tissue in her mouth had been torn away from the bone and the bone was chipped - due to a bit being violently
raked inside her mouth. After months of a special diet and kind treatment Promise is now a beautiful horse. Grace's Home and
Promise thanks all of YOU for caring enough to make monetary donations - it takes all of us working together to make this world a
kinder place for the animals.
A Certified Non Profit Organization for Abused and Neglected Animals
Over 300 animals have become residents of Grace's Home and lead happy and
healthier lives. With your donation the dream is to expand
so that we can share
Grace's Home with many more abused and neglected animals.
If you would like to help Grace's Home please contact
Pam Strange at (318) 361-0333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
P.O. Box 1305
West Monroe, La 71294
"An animal's eyes have the power to speak a great language."