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Polo Puppies and The Prince, 2018. Event video produced by Rockin' Media. 

 

RETURNING FOR A SECOND YEAR - COLORADO’S ANIMAL LOVERS COME TOGETHER TO FUND THE “BOOTS ON THE GROUND VOLUNTEER ANIMAL RESCUES”.

Why do we unite? We are individuals of a collective many bringing attention and raising money for the volunteer organizations who go into the worst of the worst situations to save pets which are enduring cruelty.  

We are thrilled this year to have in attendance Lauri “Palomino” Armstrong and her critical care foal rescue “Chilly Pepper Miracle Mustang. With her volunteers they rescue the orphaned, injured, neo-natal, critically injured foals and provide 24/7 care. Largely, she helps what foals remain of the the cruel roundups in Nevada where horses end up sold for slaughter. www.chillypepper.org.

Returning is Animal Aid USA, who along with co-founders Karen Talbot and Prince Lorenzo Borghese, who every 28 days are saving 300+ dogs. Their national and international advocacy for the welfare to the abandoned, is making a difference yet the mind set of disregard is still ever presents in many parts of our country and abroad. www.animalaidusa.org.

Prince Lorenzo Borghese and Karen Talbot of Animal Aid USA at Polo, Puppies and The Prince 2018.

Prince Lorenzo Borghese and Karen Talbot of Animal Aid USA at Polo, Puppies and The Prince 2018.

WE ARE OUR PETS ADVOCATES. THEIR WELFARE IS AN ON-GOING EFFORT AND FISCALLY CHALLENGING.                                                                                                                                      

 

Chilly Pepper Miracle Mustang provides 24/7 critical care for our abandoned and injured foals, victims of abandonment and cruelty.

Chilly Pepper Miracle Mustang provides 24/7 critical care for our abandoned and injured foals, victims of abandonment and cruelty.

ANIMAL AID USA AND THEIR ARMY OF VOLUNTEERS DRIVE 1600 MILES AND HAVE BROUGHT TO SAFETY 26,010 DOGS AND CATS.

ANIMAL AID USA AND THEIR ARMY OF VOLUNTEERS DRIVE 1600 MILES AND HAVE BROUGHT TO SAFETY 26,010 DOGS AND CATS.