Happy Success

Rescue- Ally Gator

Meet Ally Gator affectionately named after this brave little girl was thrown off an elevated highway bridge in Saint Charles Parish , Louisiana into the swamp below where she wrestled an alligator and his horrific attack. Thanks to first responders and Dina giving her life she now lives on a beautiful farm in NJ with the rest of the menagerie of Dina's precious rescues

Watch Ally Gator's story of survival here:

Eve
Eve

Our most recent rescue mare, Eve was in a horrific kill lot getting kicked and bitten by other horses as well as pushed out of all hay and feed. Emaciated and cut up , she arrived at Hal Parker's QT farm on Nov 11, 2017

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Mustang Sally
Mustang Sally

Seen here just this month enjoying her first step toward forever freedom

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mustang sally
mustang sally

Looking at no fate other than shipping to slaughter, Dina and icare i help pulled Mustang ''Sally'' out of a horrific Louisiana Kill lot with just 10 mins to spare. Nervous and sweaty, she was loaded to a safe haven for QT.

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Red Time Story
Red Time Story

Red Time Story was a high priced Standardbred filly who just couldn't stay sound to compete for her owners and before she was dumped to auction, i care i help took her in with welcome arms

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Scenario Hanover
Scenario Hanover

''Scenario'' was a high priced Standardbred whose owners beat him and ''drugged'' him in a sad attempt to make him competitive. i care i help took him away from all of this and he now lives happily in Iowa with our amazing rescue sanctuary - Unbridled Spirits with founder. Tina Norris

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Braciole
Braciole

This adorable Sicilian donkey was a show donkey of a young girl who sadly, grew ''out of him'' before he was discarded and i care i help took him in.

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Orinally ''Caneco Nisco'' and ''Liit
Orinally ''Caneco Nisco'' and ''Liit

Caneco and Little Lynn were in the kill lot together and sought comfort with each other in an overcrowded dark, dirty pen where feed and hay were scarce. In February, 2017 i care i help pulled them both together in frigid 10 degree weather. Please view their story in ''testimonies''

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Scenario Hanover
Scenario Hanover

Another picture of Scenario Hanover who has regained trust in people and is no longer in pain as he enjoys his current trail ride training.

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Killian Cut Kid
Killian Cut Kid

Killian Cut Kid's story shocked all racing industries on August 15, 2017. Dina and i care i help were crucial in the daily care and survival of ''Kid'' through life threatening leg wounds, a sesamoid fracture and malnourishment when he was found in a horrific kill lot in Louisiana.

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Killian Cut Kid
Killian Cut Kid

Kid's quarantine and constant love during his long healing process was assisted by Dina and i care i help through the wonderful care at the Louisiana quarantine facility of Hal Parker who assists i care i help with all rescues in the Southern USA.

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Bora
Bora

Bora was an orphaned pot belly pig who was found on an abandoned farm with a mother who sadly rejected her. i care i help took Bora in at 1 day old and nursed her through a bout of pneumonia, colitis and severe dehration. She is now 3 years old and lives in Dina's home with her fellow rescue dogs

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i care i help facility here in NJ
i care i help facility here in NJ

4 recent rescues awaiting feed time here at the i care i help facility in NJ

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Cajeta
Cajeta

Dina stumbled upon Cajeta living at a bus stop with her 2 homeless owners. Dina and i care i help secured food and shelter for both Cajeta and her owners and a fund that would insure that she was always safe.

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Down Time
Down Time

''Down Time'' was a successful racehorse who not only made a huge amount of money for her owners but made in excess of millions with her 13 foals as a broodmare. When she could no longer be bred, she was sent off to a kill lot where Dina and icare ihelp pulled her immediately. She lived with Dina for 3 months IN 2017 prior to her new forever home in upstate NY

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Stymie
Stymie

Stymie was a starved Saddlebred with a hock fracture and a serious bone infection that was threatening his life as he stood helpless in a kill lot in Louisiana. Dina and i care i help pulled him out to safety where he received immediate veterinarian care for all these issues. He is still at the Hal Parker farm awaitibg a potential forever home as his injuries continue to heal.

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Emmzed
Emmzed

Emmzed was a successful $680,000 Standardbred earner who was purchased for $160,000 from New Zealand prior to his USA racing career. After racing he was sadly pulling a cart on the roads for the Amish in upstate Pennsylvania. When he could no longer walk or pull due to arthritis and a leg infection, Dina and i care i help found him in a kill lot in Pennsylvania where another rescue was preparing to euthanize him in 24 hours. Dina stepped in, arranged shipping and he is with her 24/7

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Emmzed
Emmzed

Emmzed finds peace and solace often in reading his favorite book, ''Bedtime Stories From The Pasture'' by Karen Graninger.

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Arrival ''home'' from the lot
Arrival ''home'' from the lot

The rescues know that they can finally lay down and shut their eyes

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Our Quarantine Facility
Our Quarantine Facility

Hal Parker and his adorable children make the transition from kill lot to safe farm the softest landing possible. The love our rescues feel in 30 days during their quarantine is like nowhere else.

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The beautiful Unbridled Spirits Farm
The beautiful Unbridled Spirits Farm

Dina and i care i help have found ''friends'' and an amazing sanctuary in Lisbon, Iowa at one of the most premier homes for retired racers in the USA. ''Where Retired Racers Run Free'' is Tina Norris' Unbridled Spirits Farm

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Feeling Comfortable in Summer
Feeling Comfortable in Summer

Dina and I care I help do all they

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Ally-Gator
Ally-Gator

Ally Gator had her last bath in Louisiana prior to shipping to Dina and her i care i help home :))

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Evacuation Route
Evacuation Route

Just one day into his Quarantine period, our boy Evacuation Route knew he was safe and thrived quickly.

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