HPAN Helps Hooves, Too
Horse Haven of Tennessee is bracing for a rough winter. With the late summer through fall drought, hay production is way down, which means more money is needed to feed their horses. We sent them a $250 donation to buy a few rounds and hopefully ease their burden a little.
About Helping Paws Animal NetworkHelping hurting, homeless and hungry animals in the Anderson County, TN area.
- I love this girl! She's so easy to handle, and she gives sweet chin kisses. facebook.com/HelpingPawsAni… 9 hours ago
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- These dogs are scheduled for euthanasia tomorrow at Pets Without Parents in Sevierville. Please share! facebook.com/HelpingPawsAni… 1 day ago
- This kitty has been in this cage for ONE YEAR and 18 DAYS. That's too long. Who can rescue her? Please share! Her f… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 2 days ago
- Rockwood City Shelter: facebook.com/HelpingPawsAni… 3 days ago