Join in the Rally of support for Horses and Burros saved from Roundups and Slaughter

Dear Friends,
We're reaching out for your compassionate help to RALLY support for horses and burros served through our Lifetime Equine Refuge program. Will you share this message with five of your friends? 

Donations will help pay for the most essential lifesaving services including veterinary medical care, nutritional hay and feed and Farrier care for horses and burros saved from roundups and slaughter. With kind support from people like you we've saved hundreds of innocent victims from the brink of death and we've successfully placed over 125 rescued equines into new homes and private sanctuary settings just over the last year and a half. 

We currently care and provide for over seventy five wild and domestic horses and burros through our rescue, recovery and sanctuary program. They come to us traumatized, shattered, desperate and betrayed. With us they find love, professional care, safety, compassion, dignity, trust, hope and a new beginning. 

Your kind support in sharing about the crucial funding needs of these innocent rescued equines would undoubtedly make a big difference and would enhance our ability to continue helping others in need. If you haven't recently donated, but would like to contribute, please know that your gift will truly help brighten the day of the most, neediest animals. Every dollar counts, no matter the amount.

We rely 100% on tax deductible donations to provide a caring, loving refuge for orphaned, distressed, injured, and displaced horses and burros to receive quality care and a second chance at life. And for those animals who are not adoptable, we are committed to assuring their peace and health through long term placement in our loving sanctuary program.   
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With our most heartfelt gratitude,

The Wild for Life Foundation and the Team at Lifetime Equine Refuge

Lifetime Equine Refuge is the primary equine rescue and sanctuary program under the Wild for Life Foundation (WFLF), a U.S. Registered 501 (c)(3) volunteer nonprofit charity. We vigorously work to save, protect and preserve abused, neglected, displaced and slaughter bound wild and domestic equines. Federal ID No. 26-3052458

Saving America’s Horses Warns the Public Not to Let Down Guard for America’s Horses

America’s Wild Horses and Burros are NOT Out of Danger

Sept. 16, 2016, Los Angeles, CA - Fate of 44,000 Wild Horses remains under Threat of EXTERMINATION pending BLM decision TBA spring 2017. Meanwhile status quo BLM practices leave horses with no real protection from killing or slaughter.

The BLM (Bureau of Land Management) neither approves nor rejects recommendation by its Board to exterminate 44,000 wild American horses.  A number of recent media reports have essentially renounced valid concerns which threaten the lives of over 45,000 wild horses and burros in America.  In truth, the BLM has yet to decide the fate these innocent animals.  Reportedly the BLM has no intention of issuing a formal response on the issue until sometime in 2017.

Saving America’s Horses, an international initiative under the Wild For Life Foundation points to the BLM’s long history of creative damage control and propaganda campaigns when confronted with public exposure and uproar over its highly camouflaged wild horse and burro program.   “The BLM claims to protect the wild horses and burros under a so-called “without limitation” policy which they fail to enforce,” said Katia Louise, president of the Wild For Life Foundation.  Amidst the media flurry, it’s been reported that Tom Gorey, a spokesman for the bureau said that the agency will “continue its current policy of caring for unadopted or unsold wild horses and burros” and will “not sell or send any animals to slaughter.”

“To sell the animals ‘without limitation’ effectively strips their protection from abuse and slaughter,” adds Katia Louise.  “In other words, countless wild horses and burros will continue to die under BLM status quo practices.”

Despite mainstream news reports, America’s horses are not out of danger, said Wild For Life Foundation (WFLF) representatives.   Saving America’s Horses is therefore stepping up its educational campaign in effort to increase exposure of the truth to the public. In a statement from WFLF’s Saving America’s Horses Initiative, “We will be strengthening our fight to stop the killing, end the cruelty and save America’s horse and burro population from suffering gruesome death from roundups and slaughter.”  On Sept. 14, 2016, The Wild For Life Foundation, announced its release of a new series of PSA's based on evidence presented in the powerful documentary film, Saving America's Horses: A Nation Betrayed (2012)

Saving America’s Horses: A Nation Betrayed is a “searing indictment of governmental agencies involved in the slaughter of horses. The impassioned pic amasses impressive documentation, visual and testimonial, of systemic mistreatment of the animals, illegal and fraudulent practices regulating their sale, and the very real possibility of their extinction in the wild.” - Variety

With over 44,000 innocent wild American Mustangs lives at stake, and under what is now recognized as a valid veiled threat of EXTERMINATION by the BLM, it's critical for these innocent beings that the true facts get out to the masses. WFLF is asking horse and animal enthusiasts to help stop the dangerous and violent expulsion of America’s Mustangs from our lands by taking action. Supporters are encouraged to sign the Saving America’s Horses’ petition and join the Saving America’s Horses Initiative.  Through these efforts we will expose the systemic corruption that has left virtually worthless the Wild Free Roaming Horses and Burros Act, which is supposed to protect horses and burros. We can stop the killing and reverse the degradation to open rangelands caused by BLM mismanagement, but we must remain vigilant.  Horse and burro supporters can stay informed and get the facts they need through the WFLF Saving America’s Horses educational PSA series recently launched through the Saving America’s Horses Facebook page.


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Wild for Life Foundation (WFLF) is a federally registered grassroots volunteer based nonprofit charity established for the prevention of cruelty to animals with a focus on animal welfare and the protection of wildlife. Among our greatest concerns are imperiled wild horses and burros, abused, neglected and slaughter bound wild and domestic equines, and inadequate standards of protection for America’s equine population as a whole. The WFLF promotes the conservation of wild horses and burros on their Native lands and the preservation of natural ecosystems and wildlife.  WFLF works to reduce suffering in the world and advocate humane behavior. The WFLF is achieving these goals through operating lifesaving animal rescue, sanctuary, rehabilitation, preservation, protection and educational programs that foster symbiotic environmental stewardship and healing partnerships with animals.

ACTION ALERT! 44,000 Wild Horses' Lives at Stake

On Sept 9, 2016 the BLM (Bureau of Land Management), Advisory Board voted to recommend EXTERMINATING over 44,000 innocent wild American Mustangs who have been brutally rounded up and are currently held wrongly under encampment.  We must STAND TOGETHER & TAKE ACTION to STOP this Genocidal Atrocity - Before it's too late.

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Wild For Life Foundation Awarded Grant from ASPCA to for Training to Help Horses in Need


$5000 Grant Awarded to Improve Adoption Rates through Training

Sept. 12. 2016, Riverside, CA —The Wild For Life Foundation (WFLF) today announced that it has received a $5,000 grant from the ASPCA®.  The grant money will be used as funding to hire trainer(s) for rescue horses to evaluate previous training, correct behavioral problems, basic manners, to providing ground training and training under saddle.

For over eight years WFLF has been saving animals from abuse and neglect and often the animals

return to full health. “Many of our horses come to us from law enforcement cases and are rescued from other life threatening situations.  They are neglected, abused, and stray. We don’t know how much, if any, training they’ve received before coming to us.  Some are candidates for socialization and training (particularly those born after their mothers come into the rescue), and this training fund will benefit them,” said Katia Louise, Executive Director of WFLF.  “This grant allows us to find out what our horses know and provide the training that will help them find new homes.”

“The ASPCA is grateful to rescue groups like the Wild For Life Foundation who step in to care for and rehabilitate horses who have been abused or neglected,” said Jacque Schultz, senior director of the ASPCA Equine Fund. “We are pleased to award them this grant to assist their efforts to protect horses in need, and we applaud their commitment to equine training.” The ASPCA Equine Fund grants program awards equine organizations which strive to achieve best practices, including excellent animal care, and whose focus and expertise is concentrated on reducing the suffering of equines who have lost their homes or been cruelly treated. For more information, please visit

The Lifetime Equine Refuge is the primary equine rescue and recovery program under the Wild For Life Foundation (WFLF), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to elevating life and healing through animal rescue, sanctuary, and education. WFLF is a grassroots charity established for the prevention of cruelty to animals with a focus on animal and wildlife protection.  Among our greatest concerns are imperiled wild horses and burros, abused, neglected and slaughter bound wild and domestic equines, and inadequate standards of protection for America’s equine population as a whole. If you would like to help this cause please consider donating, fostering or adopting.  Every little bit helps us to help another animal in need of safety and rehabilitation.


Media Contact: Kate Dudley
Phone: 310.439.9817

Together We can Make a Difference

When times are difficult for people, they can be insurmountable for horses. That's where we come in. Like you, we are passionate about helping the animals, that's why we do what we do.

This is Mariachi - he was so weak and emaciated when we rescued him that we had to lift him into the trailer to bring him to safety. His full recovery and the countless other lives that we continually save through our lifesaving missions, are costly, especially for a grassroots volunteer charity rescue like ours. However, these lifesaving missions are essential if we want to help our fellow animals. The results from your kind hay donations and our tireless volunteer work in the trenches, have proven time and time again to save and protect these animal's lives.  We can't do it without you. We need your continued support to carry out these urgent missions!
Mariachi was saved from starvation and slaughter.  He is one of many animals you will be helping with your compassionate gift. These animals are counting on us.  We are their voice and they need to be heard.

Wild For Life Foundation is reaching out to all its volunteers and supporters to help raise funds for the purchase of hay. It takes over $6,500 per month for the purchase of hay to feed the rescue horses and burros at our rescue shelter and sanctuary. Please consider making a tax deductible donation so that our much needed work on behalf of the animals can continue.

Lifetime Equine Refuge is the primary equine rescue and sanctuary program under under the Wild For Life Foundation. Federal ID No 26-3052458
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Woohoo! - By popular demand, Radar's limited edition t-shirt offer extended thru Labor Day

 "Hi! I'm Radar. I am super excited because I just turned One Month old! My mommy was living free in the wild but was captured by county animal services before I was born to protect us from getting hit by cars. Now we live at WFLF's Lifetime Equine Refuge sanctuary and I want to give back to help other wild burros and horses in need."

With each passing day these rare and historic wild horses and burros become more threatened. And, these majestic icons cannot be reproduced once they are gone. If you'd like to help protect them, you can buy this special limited edition artful HOPE Tees for Horses t-shirt with Radar's picture on it. All proceeds will help at-risk burros and horses in need. Just click to order:
Your shirt(s) will be delivered to you by Sept. 22, 2016.  They're available in three colors and a wide range of sizes, youth - Adult, and Ladies cuts too!

Woohoo! - By popular demand, this offer now extended to Labor day, 9/6 9pm!

 Make a difference. We are their voice and they need to be heard!