I'm being cared for by: Horse Plus Humane Society - California Shelter
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Stitch
Breed: Appaloosa/Quarterhorse Mix
already neutered and in need of an experienced adopter.
I am already neutered and in need of an experienced adopter.
Stitch is a 13hh 16 year old Appaloosa/Arab cross that came to us from the US Forestry Service. He was recently gelded. He is almost halter broke. He is learning the basics of haltering, lunging, standing for baths and grooming. Not a beginner horse. Available to an approved application, adoption fee waived.
About Horse Plus Humane Society - California Shelter
Horse Plus Humane Society is the largest and most active horse welfare and rescue organization in the world. We are dedicated to preventing cruelty to horses. We work for the prevention of cruelty to horses and all other animals through education, voluntary compliance, law enforcement, and arrest and seizure if needed. At our shelter in Newcastle CA we typically have 25+ horses available for adoption to pre-approved adopters. Our staff and volunteers work together to do the greatest amount of good we can. We are a 501(c)(3) animal welfare organization that relies on your donations for all of the costs associated with animal welfare and care! Our shelter facility is located on just over 6 acres with a large mare motel, community pasture area, round pen and quarantine area.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our California Shelter is available by appointment only. Closed all holidays and rainy days.
The shelter address is: Show Map 6025 Wise Rd Newcastle, Ca 95658
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption fees are $0 - $500 for equines. You must become approved to adopt by filling out our adoption application. We need two personal references and your vet and farrier references.
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