We are proud and pleased to have just announced our new Charity of the Month for May – Equine Market Watch Sanctuaries! This deserving charity lives by it’s motto of ‘We will not look away’ and work tirelessly to campaign against indiscriminate breeding of horses and to change laws that allow this to happen. They also rescue and rehome or put out for long-term loan horses & foals from the many auctions and markets in the UK.
EMW- UK is dedicated to ending the abuses and suffering of equines in markets and auctions. Our team of field workers attend as many horse Auction sales as possible to monitor the conditions in which the horses and ponies are presented for sale and the manner in which the sale is conducted, they report any actions that do not comply with the Law relating to Auction sales to the relevant authorities.
EMW-UK actively campaigns against indiscriminate breeding of valueless foals whose average life span is a scant and miserable 6 months. EMW-UK is an independent equine welfare organisation and will investigate any incidents of cruelty, neglect and abuse inflicted on any equine.
EMW-UK aim to re-home as many inmates as possible, subject to home checks and suitability. this charity does not allow breeding from any of the horses or ponies that come into our care.
We have our own team of volunteers and specialists who give their time and expertise to this charity for free and we are supported by well respected companies including Natural Animal Feeds, The Pure Feed Company and Countrywide Stores.
EQUINE MARKET WATCH UK tand by our motto of
“WE will NOT look away”
PayPal address email@example.com
cheque payable to EQUINE MARKET WATCH Sanctuaries UK
Text giving EMWS11 and amount from 0 to 10 send to 70070
bank details available for cash transfer by PM”
Please visit our online pet accessories store Comets Corners for more details on how we – and you – can help! For every sale we make, at least 10% of our proceeds goes to our chosen animal welfare charity or organisation of the month!
And please, show your support for our cause by ‘Liking’ our new Facebook Page!
- Signs of illness in your horse – what to look out for. (cometscorners.wordpress.com)