HorseWorld's vital 365-days-a-year animal welfare work relies on the support received from individual volunteers and supporters, businesses and others.Without this crucial support, the charity’s rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming work could not be as successful as it is today. It receives no help from central government, so your help is essential.
James was just three days old when he was rescued by HorseWorld. He was abandoned without his mother and left to die on a common in Wales. It was on one of the hottest days of the year and without his mother's milk and protection he would have died within a matter of hours.
Orphaned James was bottle fed by HorseWorld grooms throughout the day and night
The HorseWorld team of dedicated grooms provided James with around-the-clock intensive nursing, getting up every hour of the night to give the poorly foal his bottle. Thanks to the support of people like you, we were able to save James's life. An appeal in the press and media helped us to find him a foster mum and he grew up as happy, lively and contented as any other youngster!James is safe now, but we still need your help and support.