Pony of the Americas mare, born in 2002, and came to live at Linn County Animal Rescue in 2005. As part of a law enforcement seizure, Sadia was rescued with other animals from an abusive situation, and placed with Linn County Animal Rescue, a great place to be a horse. It took a number of years to heal physically and mentally. Then came Vana, only 12 years old, her parents allowed her to come to LCAR every week, they bonded. For Vana’s 13th birthday, her parents adopted Sadia. A forever home with someone with true love.
As part of a seizure, Donte was neglected, malnourished, untrained, and very depressed. He is now a beautiful, well trained, and a loving partner at his adoptive home.
Chloe, my beauty!!! Thank you Linn Rescue , Diane
Originally from a seizure, Chloe was adopted by Diane who has given her a loving home. Thank You Diane!
One of LCAR’s rescued horses that has found a 2nd chance at a loving adoptive home. Thank you Jane
Sadie’s first encounter with a baby Nigerian Dwarf since we adopted her. She was very gentle and the little doe kid (she only weights 2lbs) didn’t seem to mind being sniffed over. Jane
Thank You Linn rescue – Linda
“There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man” (woman/child) . Winston Churchill
Sadie is wonderful and I absolutely adore her. Thank you Linn Rescue. Karen
This is a recent picture of Lily, she is a loving caring mare that is loved right back. Greg
Hey LCAR, We adopted a horse from you this past year (2012). I felt attracted to him right away. He’s been absolutely wonderful. I am new to having a horse although my wife has had a horse her whole life. He’s proven to be knowledgeable, patient, and obviously well trained by someone. His name now is Gaylen. After knowing him for a bit and researching something about names, it fits him perfectly. I love this horse. Thank you so much. Randy
PO Box 2669 Lebanon, OR 97355 · 541-258-3422 · LinnCountyAnimalRescue@yahoo.com