Another day, another rescue
We at Easy Horse Care Rescue Centre have just welcomed our 188th rescue to the centre. Our newest arrival is an elderly donkey we have taken into our care after being contacted by Sax council. She was abandoned on a run down finca on a piece of land and concerned neighbours were feeding her.
The council then contacted us at the Rescue Centre and we arrived to collect the donkey. Police are involved in the case and we, along with our volunteers, will continue to care for the donkey at our centre in Rojales.
These rescues are only possible thanks to the kindness of our followers, either by donating furniture or items into one of our 3 charity shops or from attending one of our tours. We can cater for groups and parties of people to visit and tour the Rescue Centre which are proving popular for people wanting to see the animals and view the work we do.
It is just the next step as we eagerly await approval for a farm licence. A fundraising campaign at the start of the year has meant we have managed to complete all the shelters and the stables have been rebuilt. It is hoped this work will give us the new licence and we are currently waiting for Government vets to come round for the final inspection.
“We believe that without our facilities and what we do, these animals would just be left where they are. There is no one like us in this area,” Sue added.