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From Shontel Mills - 24 May 2006

I live in Kansas on a 25 acre farm. We have 4 spoiled babies of our own. My daughter and I would like to be a foster home to needy horses until they are nursed back to health and then be able to find them the home that they deserve.

Can you give me any information on how to even get this started and who I need to contact to let them know that I am willing to do this. My town already knows that I take in stray dogs and they are now dumped off at my house so I don't even have to go looking for them anymore.

My heart breaks for all of the children in the world that have bad lives. My husband says that I can't just bring all these kids home so instead I do it with animals. Any help you could give me will be appreciated.

Thank you,

Shontel Mills

Reply from Frank and Mary

Dear Shontel:

Thank you very much for writing and for compassionate care you give to animals. You might want to contact some of the following organizations, and they might be able to refer you to others.

Central New England Equine Rescue

Coalition to Ban Horse-Drawn Carriages

Equine Advocates

Equine Protection Network

International Fund 4 Horses


Shiloh Acres

We hope this helps.

In the Love of the Lord,

Frank and Mary

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