Where Second Hand Minis Give First Class Love
We do believe in humanly euthanizing when certain criteria has been met: if there is no quality of life, the miniature is terminal, or suffering. However, some horses are not adoptable immediatly or will require special care the rest of their lives, what then?
What to do with a miniature that can have a happy life with the right balance of care and maintenance?
What to do you do with a miniature that could get hurt during horse play in a “normal” healthy herd?
Is it ethical to euthanize a happy animal just because it needs special care for an extended time or may never be considered adoptable?
More and more rescue miniatures need specialized care for a period of recovery or the rest of their lives. So what happens to them? What is the answer?
The solution to this dilemma is simple, a sanctuary program has been created for our most “delicate” ones. In the sanctuary program, they can either recover to be adopted at a later date or become a permanent resident.