Monday, November 30, 2009

Round-the-clock care

The UAN staff and EARS volunteers in Tennessee are literally working around the clock to care for 84 sick and starving horses rescued last week.

UAN's Emergency Services Manager Janell Matthies reports that she has been working night duty to feed a baby foal who’s mother is too malnourished to produce milk. Last night, Janell was at a local emergency surgery center with a baby donkey who suddenly took a turn for the worst.

Up until this point, all if the rescued animals have survived, thanks to the unwavering commitment and diligence of all the volunteers and organizations involved.

We'll post more updates from the field as we have them.

In the meantime, you can support our volunteers by making a donation to our Disaster Relief Fund.

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