Misty has endured a lot of pain and suffering. She is a horse that now lives at Ranch Hand Rescue in Argyle.
“They come to us with many problems,” said Founder of Ranch Hand Rescue Bob Williams.
Volunteers at this nonprofit animal sanctuary care for abused and neglected horses, donkeys and dozens of other animals. Right now they are seeing a lot of starvation cases because of the drought.
“We take the ones that nobody else wants to invest the time or the love in and we bring them back to health,” said Williams.
Williams started this ranch back in April 2008. After surviving a stroke five years ago he wanted to do something he loves. Now he helps animals twenty four hours a day and seven days a week.
“We see every living creature as one of God’s creatures,” said Williams.
“I really enjoy it,” said Caregiver Vance Eversole. “Saving the animals is more than I can explain.”
Inspiration is around every corner at this ranch and although many of these animals have a long road to recovery it’s almost as if their spirits change the moment they arrive.
“They know they’ve been saved,” said Williams. “It’s amazing.”
With more donations Ranch Hand Rescue can help save many more animals that are waiting to be healed.
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