Casy came to Safe Harbor from a cruelty/neglect case in White County. He is a BLM Mustang and is currently not titled; which means he is property of the Federal Government but is in Safe Harbor's custody. Casy is adoptable, but his adopter will be adopting from both the BLM and Safe Harbor. Our adoption team will walk adopters step by step through this process, and will help with all paperwork involved so Casy can have a permanent, titled forever home.
Casy originated in Nevada, rounded up as a foal, and adopted out by the BLM as a 5 month old. He is gentled, but at this time is halter broke only, and good with hoof handling, tying, and loading, but has no further training.
IMPORTANT: Because this adoption will be a co-adopt with Safe Harbor and the BLM there are some additional adoption requirements. Fencing for Casy must be BOARD fence. He cannot be in an electric fence pasture. While Safe Harbor does allow electric fence, the BLM does not. His fencing must be a minimum of 4' high. He must have a shelter within his pasture of either a 3 sided run-in or a thick stand of trees. This is a requirement even if there is a barn/stalls on the property. The BLM requires a form of shelter inside the pasture regardless of the shelter on the property.
If you have an appropriate facility of your own or where you board, and you are interested in adopting a very special American Mustang, apply to adopt. Casy's adoption fee of $450 will cover both his Safe Harbor and his BLM adoption fee.
Safe Harbor Sanctuary is a 501(c)3 non profit rescue based in Middle Tennessee. Please visit our website for our adoption application, and to read more about us (including our adoption area) on our About Adopting FAQ. www.safeharborsanctuary.org.
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