How to Help

 

Horse Feathers is in need of volunteers to assist with feeding, cleaning, grooming and general chores around the rescue. People with horse experience, or those who demonstrate an ability to listen and learn may be able to work with the horses in order to enable them to find their forever homes.

 

EMAIL FOR VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

 

For ideas on how to help the horses, please see our Needs list. One thing we are looking for is a donated self-contained 24-32 ft camper trailer for a bunkhouse. Donation is tax deductible.

 

Call 405-260-7281

for more information.

 

GIVE ME SHELTER!!!

The weather this past summer destroyed our pasture run ins - The horses are needing shelter from the sun, rain, and the cold winter that is fast approaching. Donations of building materials, sheds, or anything that would provide shelter is desperately needed!

 

Purchase your shelter from Horizon Structures, and benefit the horses here! Information located HERE

 

 

Donate to Horse Feathers Equine Rescue Inc with the Capital One No Hassle Giving Site.

 

 

 

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Horse Feathers has always been proud to maintain an open-door policy regarding visits. However, it has become necessary to require appointments.

Horse Feathers residents

Monday: Closed
Tuesday-Friday: By Appointment ONLY
Saturday & Sunday: 8 a.m.- 1 p.m.
CLOSED Holidays (by invitation only)

Visitors, please call in advance to make arrangements for your visit, so we can be available to show you around. Call us at 405-260-7281. Your cooperation and understanding is appreciated.


 

 

 

Horse Feathers is currently at capacity and unable to accept additional horses at this time. We regret that we cannot accomodate requests for horses in need but we must limit our efforts in order to ensure the horses currently in our care continue to receive the top-quality care they deserve.

We are willing to consult with and assist in finding options for horses in need, whether it's finding another home, advice on rehabbing a sick or injured horse or other issues you may require assistance with.


How you can help the horses

 

 

 

Donations to help with hay and feed for our rescues, and their farrier and veterinary care are very much needed and appreciated. Tractor Supply gift cards are very much appreciated. If you have extra round or square bales of hay and would like to donate it to the rescue, the value of the hay is tax deductible.

 

 

Horse Feathers Equine Rescue Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, certified and registered in the state of Oklahoma.

 

PayPal donations may be directed to: plainswindrdr@gmail.com

Consider adopting a horse from Horse Feathers.

 

Find out more about how you can help.

 





Donations by check can be sent to:

 

Horse Feathers Equine Rescue Inc.

Cheri White Owl
PO Box 1372
Guthrie, OK 73044
(405) 260-7281

 

 

 

Please feel free to

 email us

with any comments or questions.

With the recent weather events in Oklahoma, we want horse owners to be aware of this book:

Save Your Horse! A Horse Owner's Guide to Large Animal Rescue
by Michelle Staples

This book addresses the subject of technical large animal rescue in a manner that makes sense to horse owners and is designed to be used as an on-site resource. Please share this information with your emergency responders who are inexperienced with horses and are unfamiliar with the training available in Large Animal Rescue (LAR or TLAER). Save Your Horse! Complements the training offered by experts in the field. Don't wait until you need to remove your horse from entrapment. Learn the steps necessary, and pass on your knowledge to your local emergency personnel NOW!

 

 

 

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