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Category Archives: Horses
Emaciated, dehydrated, lack of medical care, dirty, living in darkness. No green pasture. No sunbeam of light. Just gloom and loneliness. This is a glimpse of the deplorable and inhumane living conditions of 23 farm animals that arrived at Pets Alive … Continue reading
Written by: Joyce Washnik, Pets Alive Volunteer Joey came to Pets Alive in 2015, a victim of severe neglect. Sadly, the 8-month-old horse had been living on an abandoned property by himself. Scared and malnourished, Joey was rescued and brought … Continue reading
Written by: Cindy O’Brien, Barn Manager In the rescue world, you never know when you will get a call that will change an animal’s world forever. In Sept 2015, Pet’s Alive received a call from a concerned citizen, about an … Continue reading
Lone Star, the pony we rescued from possible euthanasia, is making great progress in recovering from laminitis, but his on-going medical needs continue to very expensive. You can help us continue to treat Lone Star by donating NOW to our … Continue reading
We are celebrating the one-year anniversary of a special soul that came into our lives at Pets Alive under very challenging circumstances. In the world of rescue, our entire day can change in an instant by one phone call. That … Continue reading
Written by: Cindy O’Brien, Farm Manager It seems like our work never stops. So many animals need our help. Pets Alive is one of the oldest no kill animal sanctuaries in New York State. What this has meant for many … Continue reading
By Mary Ann Bopp, Development Director, Pets Alive Middletown Here at Pets Alive Animal Sanctuary, we never know when we’ll get the next call about an animal in need. It could be any day or night; neglect doesn’t discriminate. Such … Continue reading
By Audrey Lodato, Executive Director Pets Alive Middletown We’re always happy when someone from local law enforcement calls and asks us for help because it shows that they are serious about protecting animals. They don’t HAVE to call, but when … Continue reading