The following are local rescues near Felton PA. As always remember to do your homework and make sure your money, time and heart go to the right place.
Many rescues and sanctuaries rely on help from the public. What they do is expensive in every way you can imagine. Emotionally, physically and monetarily. I know a lot of people’s pockets are empty or at the very least tight (as I know mine are), but even just sharing posts, liking pages and telling people about the great places that help our equine friends can be priceless.
Noble Hill Horse Rescue is a place of healing for horses and people. We mostly take in horses from Lancaster County when they can no longer do their jobs, when their owners can no longer take care of them, or if they are bound for slaughter.
Omega Horse Rescue adopts to those that reside in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and areas of New York and Virginia within 5 hours of Airville, PA. Omega Horse Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit horse rescue committed to providing humane treatment for all equines through education, research, and quality care. We strive to find nurturing homes for as many equines as financially feasible, and are dedicated to rehabilitating these animals for a second chance for a healthy, productive life.
We are a non-profit organization that care about horses. We are a no kill, volunteer organization that are improving the lives of horses by providing a safe environment and good nutrition and teaching others to do so as well. We offer the horses a life where there is trust and hope. Through the efforts of Central Pa Horse Rescue (C.P.R.), we care for the equine, restoring health and well being and when possible placing them in loving, caring, forever homes.
Providing rest for the weary and hope for the hopeless, Horse Angels Rescue, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that rescues and rehabilitates horses. Whether an owner surrender, horse rescue, horses for sale, an auction intercept, a slaughter-bound auction rescue, or a case of neglect, the team at Horse Angels Rescue provides rescue, quarantine, veterinary and farrier care, rehabilitation, and placement services to hundreds of horses, all ages and breeds, thanks to the generosity of donors, volunteers, the many “angels” from around the country, and people like you, who help make it all possible.
Mt Hope Horse Rescue, Manheim PA
Our mission is to give abused, abandoned, discarded and slaughter-bound horses a second chance. Through our rehabilitation process that includes immediate medical attention and intensive professional training, we strive to identify, evaluate and purposefully address each horse’s individual needs. Our goal is to then release these horses for adoption and place them into homes where they will be enjoyed while continuing to be safe, cared for and loved.
Visits to the MHHR are by appointment only and we are closed on Sunday. email@example.com
At Holy Spirit Farm, we began our story by rescuing any equine, regardless of current condition or situation. Today, we are thrilled to announce that on top of being a horse rescue, we also work to save farm animals, small animals, and wild animals.
Hope’s Anchor Farm is a small private farm where kids and adults can come and experience the farm life from horsemanship lessons to home school classes or even just a one time farm tour!
Home Stretch Horse Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit animal rescue located in Perkasie, PA. Our mission is to provide help to equine and other animals in need by practicing our “Rehab, Retrain, Rehome” methods to ensure each animal is a candidate for adoption.
Hope’s Haven stemmed from our belief that horse?s can help heal the broken soul. Through pairing rescue horses with children who are facing challenges or difficulties in their lives, often healing can take place. We have worked with over 30 horses since 2017. We started rescuing horses in 2016 and found the need for our non-profit and the benefits it can provide through our mentor-ship program.
The rescue, Bonded by Strength started in 2021 by taking on its very first rescue. He was a 6-year-old Stallion Bay horse who later became known as Bond. His career took him to 4th at the AQHA World Show, however later found himself in an Oklahoma kill pen. He was not only the founding horse of the rescue, but he became the perfect story to start our greatest adventure.
All information is provided “as is” SRED has gathered this list by internet searches and Facebook leads. SRED is not responsible for or endorsing that all information is accurate, current or background checked. Please make sure you do your own research before donating, volunteering or adopting. SRED does its best to make sure information is as up to date as possible.