The recent rain we experienced here in SoCal caused some serious damage to a local equine rescue organization in Chino Hills and they need our help!
Red Bucket Rescue in Chino Hills works really hard to rescue and care for injured and abused horses from horrible situations, and they currently have 100 high-risk horses on their property living in their barns. Just take a look at the before and after photos below to see the amazing work they have done.
But during the recent rain, these barns were damaged and flooded, a tree branch snapped and landed on one of the bars trapping some horses in their stalls. Thankfully, the horses were largely uninjured, just a few minor scrapes and cuts, but they were terrified. In addition, they lost all their ground cover. In all, there's more than $50,000 in damage to the property. As they recover, neighboring horse ranches have taken a few horses in temporarily while they work to fix the damage to the barns.
Jennifer talked to Susan Pierce, President and Founder of Red Bucket Rescue this morning about what happened to their property.
Find out more about Red Bucket Rescue on their website and if you can donate to help them recover from the recent storm damage, we'd appreciate it so much!
Follow them on Instagram @RedBucketRescue