Due to COVID-19, Emerald City Pet Rescue and Emerald City Kitty Harbor adoption centers are closed to the general public. Appointments for adoption meet and greets with individual animals are being scheduled on a case-by-case basis. Emerald City Pet Supplies is open for new hours, and offering curbside pick-up and home delivery.

New Rescue Horses -- Journey With Us From Rescue to Adoption!

Emerald City Pet Rescue did a thing - we rescued a handful of horses that were in a kill pen in Texas! Not only are we excited to have saved them from slaughter, but they are sweet, wonderful horses that will soon be up for adoption in the Seattle area.

— PLEASE NOTE that these initial descriptions are just the starting point (as of 7/15/21), all of these horses need to go through quarantine, extensive vetting and evaluations prior to being available for adoption. We invite you to follow their journey from rescue to adoption right here on our blog, and on our social media! Make sure to Like us on Facebook, and follow us on Instagram!

What we know thus far and the information may change as we learn more about them:

* Chance (chesnut with the green rope halter) is a four-year-old ranch gelding. He stands at about 15hands and he is willing, quiet, and a good mover under saddle.

* Peponita is an AQHA grey (almost white) mare with a black rope halter, Gentle under saddle.

* Safari is a grade GAITED Chesnut mare (pictured with a rider!) said to be a wonderful trail mount!

* Amisha is another grey (almost white) mare who is very sweet and kid-gentle under saddle.

* Pecosa is a flea-bitten grey mare with a light green rope halter. She is super sweet and gentle under saddle as well.|

All of these horses would be wonderful additions to any loving family! They are not available for adoption yet, but if you are interested in learning more, give us a call at 206 557 4661 and we'd love to talk to you about our adoption process. LOVE CAN SAVE LIVES!

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Posted: July 15, 2021