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I promise I will take your unwanted animals.
I will heal their wounds, their diseases, their broken bones.
I will give them the medical attention they need and deserve.
I will nurture their starvation, and give them a warm place to sleep.
I will spay and neuter them, vaccinate them against the diseases that can harm them.
I will treat them and honor them.
I will buy them toys, blankets, balls, and teach them to play.
I will speak softly to them.
I will try to teach them not to fear, not to cry, and not to hate.
I will whisper sweet, kind, gentle words into their ears, while gently trying to stroke their fear, their pain, and their scars away.
I will face their emotional scars and give them time to overcome them.
I will socialize them, potty train them, teach them to be obedient, show them dignity, and hold their paws, and stroke their ears if they have endured too much and walk them over the Rainbow Bridge,
BUT most of all I will teach them Love.

~Author unknown~ .


1 April 2016:
Welcome to your new home Ghost and Blue.

8 March 2016:
Welcome to your new home Ghost and Blue

17 March 2016:
Welcome to the world Cinnamon's Cherokee Warrior. A beautiful sorrell stud colt born at 2:30 a.m. St. Patrick's Day.

13 January 2016:
My dear old friend Cheyenne passed away.

27 November 2015:
Drove to El Paso and Picked up Cheyenne.

21 November 2015:
Picked up Smokey. Will be keeping her and Pancho until owners return from chemotherapy

17 October 2015:
Picked up Pancho and Shylo.

24 October 2015:
Drove to Desert Haven and picked up Sergio and Freckles.

21 September 2015:
We found Sugar. She had been shot with what appears to be a shotgun using buckshot.

17 September 2015:
The eastern fence has been cut and Sugar, one of the Arabian horses, is missing.

13 September 2015:
Welcome to the world Baby Angel, our first born on the ranch. Took his first breath at 17:21 on 13 Sept 15. A gorgeous little donkey colt.

8 August 2015:
Welcome to your new home Aiyanna. A 6 year old black mule arrived here at 06:00 this morning.

3 July 2015:
Bob "Marley" passed away at 10 minutes past midnight. He had numerous strokes and was too weak to continue fighting. he is dearly missed.

19 March 2015:
Our first annual trail ride was a success and everyone enjoyed the day.

22 February 2015:
Notified today that we will be having a couple of miniature horses joining us on the ranch within a few days.

20 February 2015:
Accepted Royal, an 18 hands high Thoroughbred retired racehorse.

1 February 2015:
Drove to El Paso and picked up Bonita, a Golden Palomino.

29 January 2015:
We would like to say a very special thank you to Joe and Roberta of Spring Branch, Texas. They not only had the faith and trust in us to allow us to take over the care of their two precious family members, RJ and Sugar, but they also donated a 1994 CM Trailers three horse slant trailer along with lots of other equipment. Thank you just doesn't seem to be enough for their kindness and generosity, but from the bottom of my heart, Thank You both so very much..

29 January 2015:
After picking up RJ and Sugar, picked up Jack and Jill, a pair of Jerusalem Cross Donkeys.

29 January 2015:
Drove to Central Texas and picked up RJ and Sugar, two Purebred Arabian mares.


13 December 2014:
Today I am happy to report that RA, an Egyptian, joined the ranch family.

11 December 2014:
Today I am happy to report that Red and Dee Dee are both beginning to gain weight and are fitting right in with the other horses.

4 December 2014:
Drove to Central Texas and picked up our latest horses - "Dee Dee"(Relentless Ms. Parker) and "Red" (Penn's Dixie Red).

29 August 2014:
Ordered new magnetic signs for the ranch truck. A picture is on More News (below) and click on Around the Ranch(sunset picture)

29 August 2014:
Purchased another 40 acres bringing the total to 300 acres for the ranch.

23 August 2014:
Found two Thoroughbred gelding ex-race horses approximately 10 years old. Made an offer but still haven't heard back.

6 March 2014:
Now you can click on the picture on the "More News..." page and get a full size picture and description of the horses.

4 March 2014:
Finished building a round pen to work the horses. Now they get plenty of exercise.

1 March 2014:
Finished fencing in the first 120 acres. The horses are loving the larger pasture.

January 2014:
Farrier removed Marley's special shoes and thinks he will now be okay without them.

2014 Posted by Charles Seay | The 505 Horse Rescue Ranch