Clover was rescued on the 17th of October 2013.She was 25-30 years old, and she was seized in Wayne county tied to a tree. She had been tied there for years. Foaled yearly. . .the foals always dying, we were told.

She took so very long to rehab. I wondered many times if it were possible at all.
Her weight was never quite to 100%, but she was healthy and happy. . .and she enjoyed short rides now and again.

Her condition was one of the most critical I’ve known. But she made it, she was adopted and loved. She was given 2 years of kindness before she left this place today. Quickly, just because she was old, her body worn out. Nothing frightening. She was just gone. Would they all could have the same.

Many thanks to Lisa and Will for loving her until the end.

“God looked at the little angel standing by His side,

and smiled as He whispered you need a horse to ride

So, He looked the whole world over

for one He trusted dear

but to our utmost sorrow

the one He chose was here

Where God took this precious horse

there are pastures free to roam

and on the wings of angels

He took our little mare home

Now on her back sits proudly

a little angel strong and true

as they race the winds of heaven

watching over all of you.”

(author unknown)

The Art of Giving Fundraiser for Heart of Phoenix and Itty Bitty Kitty Committee is coming up!!

November 14 at 5:00pm

Scarlet Oaks Country Club

279 Dairy Rd, Poca, West Virginia 25159

This event includes the ever fabulous Aimee Figgatt as the party instructor and all art materials for a seasonally designed mixed media canvas project.

$30 per person plus please bring a covered dish. We provide everything else for a wonderful craft evening!

The mixed media piece will be Fall related.

Are you planning attend our Art of Giving Mixed Media party? The March party has a huge turn out and was such fun!

If you’re local, then you do not want to miss this!

Check on the left side of the page for our events to learn more!

Another stray.

Sigh. Any rescues with space? I’m all out here.

A little thin, no collar. Seems poultry safe, friendly with the kids and other dogs. I believe he is neutered. Beagle cross. I’ll meet a rescue with him if someone can accept him.

– Tinia Creamer

Stock up on feed day for one of the rescue locations!


Thank you so much for your continued support!