Horses, once prized, are paying for the dire economy...
Dr. Dwight J. Goddard, Upland Cesar Rios, MacTec, Riverside Olga G., Andrea R., Kate
J., Mayumi K., Kristina L., Kimberly W., Frontier Records, Margery B., Cynthia R.,
Yune L., Chris H., Neeraj. J., Elizabeth R., Judi K., Mary Jo F., Lauren G., Diane
H., Sue C., Carol C., Jacqueline P., Mimi H., Timothy B., Maria G., Suzanne B., Susan
B., Kimberly W., Katherin S., Waifun C., Christine S., Christine V., Diane A., Candace
P., Maureen D., Patti U., Alex G., Janny A., Michael L., Marjory C., Jonathan G.
and so many many others!
Renee Duncan set up Meadowbrook Animal Sanctuary and Haven in 1988 to care for horses.
Slaughtering them, she said, has no place in civilized society. (Irfan Khan, Los
Angeles Times / November 10, 2011)
We are so very Thankful to all those who continue to support our efforts and who
never give up on us, the work we do at MASH and of course, the Animals. You have
seen us through the ups and downs of some of the most difficult and trying of times.
We owe you an update but there’s so much ground to cover and we are running as fast
as we can to keep up. So please take a look at our 2011-2012 bullet point update
on our “Blessings & Needs” page.
Many are sold for far less they they originally cost. Some are abandoned to fend
Sunday, December 11, 2011 by Phil Willon, L.A. Times Copyright 2011, L.A. Times