Wild for Life Foundation is dedicated to saving, protecting and preserving equines.
Over 2000 Native Navajo Mustangs have been captured and sent to slaughter. Our all volunteer rescue team has put their lives on hold to intercept,help and save as many of these horses and baby foals as possible. Continued donations are needed to pay for transportation, hay, vet medical care, pasture space and shelter for these roundup/ slaughter survivors.
WFLF has secured safe harbor for over 200 at risk Mustangs through its equine rescue/ recovery and sanctuary program, and we want to do as much as possible to help these victimized horses and burros. WFLF's gentle, soothing rescue and rehabilitation process is allowing rescued fillies and colts to heal in a calm and safe environment. As rescued horses heal, their successful transitions to Ambassadors create a lasting impact on the public for more humane and positive care of horses.
WFLF's wild and domestic horse rescue and sanctuary programs together with our equine wellness enrichment programs and wild horse observation program provide multiple opportunities for the community including humanitarian services for animals, humane education for the public at large, plus enrichment, and healing for at risk and disadvantaged youth, and others in need.