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Campus for Compassionate Living:
Horse and Donkey Sanctuary


 

 

 

 
 

Overview

Media Coverage

Recent Hakol Chai Events in Israel:

December 2011

June 8, 2009

December 7, 2008

December 30, 2007

Press Releases:

July 2014

November 2012

July 2012

March 2012

December 2011

November 2009

December 2007

Tel Aviv Bans
Horse-Drawn Carts:
Campaign Highlights and Updates

Horses Removed from Abuse in Jaffa

Wounded Cart Horses

Horse & Donkey Sanctuary

Help Stop Horse Abuse in Israel

CHAI's Rescued Horses:

   Saturday

   Tikvah

   Kahal

   Shai

   Joey

 

 


Campus for Compassionate Living: Humane Education Center

Campaign against the Expansion of Racing in Israel

Help Stop Expansion of Racing in Israel

Racing Cruelties:   The Horror Behind the Glamour

Racing Cruelties: Photos & Videos

Premarin Horses

 

 

 

CHAI and Hakol Chai have rescued several horses, but there is still no sanctuary ready to accept abused horses in Israel. We are continuing to raise funds for a horse and donkey sanctuary, which will be on the grounds of our Campus for Compassionate Living (along with the Humane Education Center). After rehabilitation, these animals can be placed with responsible people, or allowed to live out their lives at the Campus, free from harm.

 

        
     
 

 

 Photo credit Avi Saad

 

Initially, the Sanctuary will include a barn for housing up to 20 horses, a second barn for up to 20 donkeys, feed storage, grazing area (irrigated in all or in part by recycled water), and an area to physically rehabilitate the horses.

 

Appropriate fencing is essential, for the security of the animals as well as visitors. Stories and photos of the individual animals will be posted on the fence, so visitors can get to know them better, and in support of an "adopt a horse" or "adopt a donkey" program.

 

A horse trailer will permit staff to rescue injured animals and bring them back to the Sanctuary.