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Idaho: Orphan Acres Equine and Wildlife Rescue
Posted on Monday, February 06 @ 02:16:38 MST by iljiana

Horse Adoption and Rescue 1183 Rothfork Road
Viola, Idaho 83872
Phone: (208) 882-9293
Fax: (208) 882-8203

Orphan Acres Equine and Wildlife Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Sanctuary, Inc. is a private, non-profit (501(c)(3)) farm in Viola, Idaho where abused, neglected, and abandoned horses and other animals are cared for and rehabilitated. We've been in operation since 1975, caring for animals ranging from horses to parrots to deer to squirrels, and just about everything in between. How our animals arrive at the farm, the length of their stay, and where they go when they are ready to leave all depend on a variety of factors.

Horses also arrive from many places. One recent addition came all the way from Vermont; after quite a long trip, he has settled in well at his new home. Many residents are a bit more local though, coming from homes where their owners were either unwilling or unable to properly care for them. Often starved or otherwise neglected, these horses require a lot of love--and a lot of food!--before they are back in their prime and ready to go on to new homes. We've found homes for over 300 horses, but if we find they are too old or have too many problems to safely be adopted out, they stay to play with the herd at OA for the rest of their lives.


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