Sponsorships and Donors
WHAT DOES A SPONSORSHIP DO FOR OUR HERD?
Wick came to us in awful shape. Underweight, sick and very standoffish. The healthier Wick became, the more he let his personality shine- and the more we fell in love. Wick will have a forever home at BTH. He adores kids and is a star in our homeschooling programs and events.
Sponsored by Austin Armstrong
Chance is a beautiful boy who is working through some behavioral and pain issues. He receives chiropractic work and massages to help him with tension in his neck and jaw and will start training soon to work through some behavioral issues. Chance has found a wonderful partner and sponsor in Austin.
Marble, Maggie & Jellybean
Jellybean sponsored by Beverly Adamson
This adorable trio are as sweet as they are cute. Maggie and Marble (Right and Middle) Would love a sponsor of their own. Jellybean had a sponsor in Beverly before he even arrived! These three are calm and affectionate and have made a great addition to our educational program.
Renegade is just a year old and came to us in the hopes of finding his forever home. Unfortunately, Ren has an inoperable deformity in his hind leg, and we don't feel comfortable asking his adopters to make such a tough decision while he is still so young. Ren will live out his days here at BTH, just munching and being a horse until he shows us he is too uncomfortable to continue.
Our barn kitties are not only our first line of defense against small predators, they are also super affectionate visitor favorites!
Our kitties are lovingly sponsored by Ellen and Ed Kurz
Cinnamon & Shadow
Arguably our most popular residents, these two tricksters are sure to steal your heart. Cinnamon is sweet and sassy, while her pal Shadow is timid and shy. Shadow is slowly learning that people are good and kind, and is starting to come out of her shell.
A HEARTFELT "THANK YOU" TO OUR PLATINUM DONORS:
Robert Torricelli &The Rosemont Group
Dr. Joseph Zuccino & Coastal Dental Group
Cynthia and Bob Hamburger