Carolina Equine Rescue and Assistance of Monroe, were scrambling to find a new home after the old location was forced to close.
The farm where they kept a dozen rescue horses and several other farm animals was going back to the property owner after more than a decade of that owner leasing it to the rescue.
The rescue found a temporary location, but it is much smaller than the one before. Darlene Kindle, the animal rescuer, is hoping she can raise the money to buy a permanent farm, one where all the herd can find a home, and find peace.
If you’d like to help out the horse rescue find a new home, go to the Gofundme page, here.