My name is Mojo!

Palomino Mix for adoption in Bellingham, Washington - Mojo
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Whatcom Humane Society

Facts about Mojo

  • Breed: Palomino Mix
  • Color: Palomino
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Large
  • Sex: Male
Mojo is a 30 year old Palomino gelding standing at 15.0hh. Mojo arrived in extremely emaciated body conditions. After months of rehabilitation, he looks like a brand new horse! Due to years of neglect, his teeth are in bad shape. He cannot chew normally and therefore will need to be kept on a special diet. He will also need regular dental floats to ensure the few teeth he does have left stay in the best condition possible.

Due to Mojo’s age, he is not suitable to be a primary riding horse. He did take the saddle quite easily, so it is possible he could carry a few kids around as long as his age & history are taken into account. He was very adamant about not taking a bit and given all the dental issues he has had, we’re sure his mouth is quite sensitive. He would be best suited in a hackamore or halter if someone were to get on him.

He does show signs of arthritis in his limbs but surprisingly this doesn’t seem to slow him down. He has bounds of energy now that he is feeling better! Mojo leads respectfully, stands tied, and picks up all his feet for the farrier. He needs a bit more of a refresher course on lunging/circling, but this shouldn’t take long.

Mojo is just a big lovable, old guy! He is in need of a home that respects his past, appreciates his age and allows him to retire in comfort. After years of loneliness & starvation, Mojo is most excited by food & friends. He definitely needs a buddy in his new home (and it doesn’t have to be a horse!). He is lacking some important social skills, so it will have to be the right match.

If you are willing to open up your heart and pastures to Mojo, please contact

About Whatcom Humane Society

About Our Shelter...

The Whatcom Humane Society has been caring for animals throughout Whatcom County since 1902. As the oldest non-profit animal welfare organization in Whatcom County, WHS is commited to caring for any animal in need.
As an open-admission shelter, the dedicated staff and volunteers at WHS cared for over 5,000 domestic and native wild animals last year.
The Whatcom Humane Society provides animal control services to Whatcom County.
Programs and Services include: low-cost spay/neuter clinic, community outreach and humane education programs, safe-pet program for victims of domestic violence, interactive adoption program and an animal wellness plan providing medical care for shelter animals.

Donate to Our Shelter...

Please click here to make a donation: The Whatcom Humane Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All contributions are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. You will receive a donation acknowledgement letter in the mail within a few weeks. If you have any questions about donations online, please contact us at (360)733-2080, extension # 3010 or email

Come Meet Our Pets...

The Whatcom Humane Society is open to the public:
Wednesday thru Saturday, 10am - 6pm
Sunday and Monday, 11am - 5pm
Closed on Tuesdays and Major Holidays

We are located at:
2172 Division Street in Bellingham

Our Adoption Process...

Thank you for considering adopting a pet from the Whatcom Humane Society. So that we may be assured that the animal you wish to adopt is best suited to you, your home and your lifestyle, and is placed in an environment that is compatible with his/her needs, we ask that you complete an application. Application forms for dogs and cats (Adobe Acrobat PDF files) may be downloaded below.

The application will help us learn more about what you are looking for in a companion animal.



Two Kittens Same Day

$ 45

Previously Altered Dog/Cat over 1 year of age
$ 85

Young at Program
Any dog/cat over the age of 5 years
adopted to a person over the age of 55 years
$ 55

Other Animals
contact us for adoption fees of other animals

Included in the Adoption Fee:

-Basic Health Exam
-Spay/Neuter Surgery (for unaltered animals)
-Initial Vaccinations (including Rabies)
-Intestinal De-Worming
-Feline Leukemia Testing for Cats
-Microchip and Registration
-Identification Tags/License
-30 Days Free Sheltercare
Pet Health Insurance
-Collar & Leash for Dogs or
-Collar & Cardboard Carrier for Cats
-Certificate for Complimentary Health Exam w/ Participating Veterinarian
-Reference material on companion animal care & training

Animal Adoption Applications