The Hugs Foundation launch their Foal Fundraiser

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The Hugs Foundation launch their Foal Fundraiser

Published at 5:44pm 11th May 2020. (Updated at 5:45pm 11th May 2020)

Last year, The Hugs Foundation rescued several abandoned ponies, four of which were pregnant.

The charity was founded on a vision driven by respect, love and compassion for animals. They had a vision to re-home and rehabilitate ponies and horses that had suffered mistreatment or that needed rescue.

As they grew with further support, this soon stretched to rescuing other animals who were abused or mistreated, as well as helping those in the community suffering with mental health difficulties.

Their foal fundraiser is a drive to help raise enough money to look after three foals - and a fourth still to be born - until they can find their forever homes. 

It costs approximately £880 to look after one foal for six months, meaning a total of £3520 is needed for all 4, and that's without the responsibility of castration or complications.

'Please support these foals so they can have the best start in life and the best chance of being ready in the future to find their loving forever homes.

The Hugs Foundation will give them an amazing beginning to their life, one that was destined to have been very different, had they not been rescued.

We think you can all agree that they are absolutely gorgeous and following their story will be amazing and help keep peoples spirits up in the current circumstances.'

The Hugs Foundation

If you would like to donate to their Foal Fundraiser, to help keep these foals happy and healthy, you can do so on their JustGiving page, here.

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