Mindy (May 2013)
19-year-old Thoroughbred mare was left to fend for herself a long
winter in a muddy
paddock with no shelter. CHANGE provided all medications and supplies,
supplemental feed, veterinary service and all the TLC she needed along her
recovery. Congratulations to Cherie on her
adoption of Mindy!
<More about Mindy>
Bob (May 2013)
Bob underwent an intense rehabilitative feeding program and responded
wonderfully to therapy. Congratulations to Cherie on her
adoption of Bob!
<More about Bob>
Taylor (January 2013)
Taylor is a friendly and vivacious Arabian
mare. She was well cared for in a CHANGE Program foster barn. She loves to be
groomed and has a lovely disposition. Congratulations, Janet,
for making Taylor a member of your loving family!
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Penelope is a 25-year-old gray Arabian mare. She had a body condition score of
1 out of 9 on the Henneke Scoring scale. She was badly emaciated. The CHANGE
Program assisted the Sonoma County Animal Care and Control Department in removing
her from a property in mid-November, 2011. Congratulations to
Pam for making this sweet little mare a part of your family!
<More about Penelope>
Heather is a spry Arabian mare who was removed from a property by Sonoma County
Animal Care and Control in January. She is about 26 years old. Even
though she came into CHANGE in rough condition, she did not missed a beat during
her rehabilitation. Congratulations to Kate on her adoption of Heather!
<More about Heather>
Lacey is a beautiful four-year-old chestnut Arabian mare with four fancy
white socks. She is a sweet, but spunky, little mare and she loves
company! Lacey enjoys being groomed and stands tied or cross-tied to happily
any attention that she gets. Congratulations to Tana on her adoption of Lacey!
<More about Lacey>
Luna is a very sweet adult female donkey that was abandoned in West Rohnert
Park. She is a kind and gentle animal that loves
attention and tries her hardest to do what she is asked.
<More about Luna>
Lucy (January 2012)
Lucy was born on
November 17 in the early morning. Unfortunately, she
got off to a rough start because she had difficulty standing and walking.
Now she is a happy baby donkey reunited with her mother, Luna.
<More about Lucy>
Cici (November 2011)
Cici is an adorable, gentle 21-year-old Arab mare who is reported to be
of Crystal. Loves
groomed and handled, incredibly kind sweet girl. Ties, loads, trailers
in new places.
<More about Cici>
is a one-year old female donkey that LOVES attention. She is sweet
and gentle and stood amazingly still for having her hooves trimmed
for the first time.
<More about Lily>
Leah is a sweet and spunky 12-year-old bay Arabian mare who whinnies to
greet any visitors who may be walking by. Congratulations, Helen, and thank
you for making Leah a member of your family.
<More about Leah>
Art (May 2011)
Art is a total sweetheart. He is a 21-year-old Arabian gelding that was
dumped on Roblar and Valley Ford Roads in the dark
of night. He was abandoned. Congratulations
to foster mom Kate on her adoption of Art!
<More about Art>
Daisy is a sweet, gentle, but lively, 18-year-old Arabian mare. Congratulations
Michael, Tawny & family on their adoption
<More about Daisy>
is a wonderful, gentle, kind 20-year-old quarter horse mare. She
extensive training in both
English and Western disciplines and loves the trail. Congratulations
to the Baker family for making Socks a member of their family!
<More about Socks>
is a 25-year-old quarter horse mare, who was found starving in an unattended
pasture in Santa Rosa. Despite her emaciated condition, Nonie has maintained
the sweet disposition, and she has become known for her trademark "ears
forward" facial expression.
<More about Nonie>
Bobby is a 24-year-old bay Thoroughbred gelding, who is very gentle and instantly
gets along with other horses. He LOVES to be groomed and fed treats!
<More about Bobby>
Balou is an 11-year-old Thoroughbred gelding, who is good on the trail and does
lower level equitation and jumper work. Congratulations to Linda on your adoption
<More about Balou>
Crystal (March 2010)
Crystal is an affectionate 15-year-old Arabian mare who entered CHANGE foster
care along with her mother, CiCi.
<More about Crystal>
Mr. Pony (December 2009)
Mr. Pony, aka Pony Boy, is a Welsh pony gelding who entered CHANGE Program foster
care emaciated and depressed. Kind, wonderful pony who is gentle, bombproof,
and loves children.
<More about Mr. Pony>
Friendly, athletic and sound, Samantha is a 16.2-hand, 11-year-old Trakehner-Thoroughbred
mare seized by Sonoma County Animal Control in November, 2008.
<More about Sammy>
Destiny is an 18-year-old Anglo-Arab mare that was seized by Sonoma County Animal
Control in November, 2008, from a hoarder who fed her only stale bread.
<More about Destiny>
is one of two off-track Thoroughbreds seized by Sonoma County Animal Care
and Control in March, 2007.
<More about Katie>
is a 27-year-old Quarter Horse mare who was impounded by Sonoma Animal Care and
<More about Hannah>
is a 22-year-old Polish Arabian gelding seized by Sonoma County Animal Care and
Control in November, 2008.
to Sonoma County Animal Care and Control in December, 2007, Argus is
considered to be CHANGE's "darkest case" of animal abuse
is CHANGE's most severe starvation case to date. Relinquished in January,
2008, Cowboy was severely emaciated and not expected to live.
was Katie's companion and was badly starved when he entered the CHANGE
Program foster care program.