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Virginia: Lost Fantasy Stables and Horse Rescue
Posted on Sunday, September 18 @ 07:59:26 MST by donna

Horse Adoption and Rescue PO Box 42
Ceres, VA 24318
(276) 682-3729

To educate the public on animal welfare issues, to promote spay and neuter programs, to offer interactive school programs, and to make life brighter for the animals in need.

We speak for the animals who have no voice of their own and who have no defense against the world that wishes to do them harm.

Lost Fantasy's 501c3 status was granted on July 2, 2004!

We are a completely volunteer rescue that works with the rescue, rehabilitation, adoption, and sanctuary of horses and hybrid wolves. We will accept other farm animals and exotics but we DO NOT accept dogs or cats into our programs. We have a very low overhead so all monies donated go directly to the care of the animals. We operate on donations (both from private individuals and from the occasional corporate sponsor) and money directly out of our own pockets. Our horses come from livestock sales, private owners, and sometimes from classified ads. Every horse is given lots of individual attention and love before they are adopted out to their pre approved adoptive family.

We are also involved in rescue transport for animals who have been pulled from shelters to go into foster homes to await their very own "forever" home. We work with various other rescue groups throughout the state (especially the other VA equine rescues) to ensure that every animal leaving the shelter will have a home to go to.

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