West Virginia has experienced unbelievable flooding that has left many homeless or with only shattered pieces of their lives behind.

Many lives have been lost, both human and animal.

This is a small thing we could offer. . .but we are thankful to have been able to offer it.

We travelled to 3 counties who experineced some of the worst flooding today, and we handed out livestock, equine and pet foods and some other basic neccessities.

In some instances, we just stopped at a home that looked in need, walked up and asked, “Do you need help?”

We stopped at 3 drop spots and several homes to leave items in Kanawha, Clay and Roane counties.

We plan to come back next week with Hay, and that is something that is so needed, thanks to a grant from the The Humane Society of the United States and a fundraiser being held NEXT THURSDAY: https://www.facebook.com/events/872129596226756/

This was a sad day, a thankful day and a day where I saw a lot of hope and resilience.

If you want to donate toward Heart of Phoenix Equine Rescue’s effort to chance the lives of horses in Appalachia, please visit: http://www.wvhorserescue.org/donate.html

Please know our efforts are always to save horses and educate, and we are a very effective force. . .the first of this kind our state, and we hope to be able to touch more lives as we go, day in and out, both equine and human.

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