General donations to the Foundation are held in escrow for future needy animals and enable us to provide emergency veterinary assistance when needed. Thank you so very much for your help with these tragic and traumatic cases.
Northstar Equine Foundation, Inc. PO Box 3918 Erie, PA 16508
Providing Help and Hope to Animals in Need...
Following the brutal torture of a horse named Northstar, the Northstar Equine Foundation was formed to provide financial and physical assistance to critically abused, neglected and/or injured animals and to become a catalyst to strengthen the animal cruelty laws in Pennsylvania. We are a volunteer run organization and have applied for tax-exempt status in the spring of 2013, ID #46-0876636. The Foundation registered with the Commonwealth of PA, Bur. of Charitable Organizations under certificate #42162.
ANIMALS THAT NEED YOUR HELP, TODAY!
November 17, 2013: This former racehorse was rescued by a good samaritan who contacted us for assistance to pay for his vet bills and care. When rescued, this horse was dehydrated, several hundred pounds underweight and in desperate need of veterinary care. Estimated cost of recovering and rehabilitating this horse are $2500 and expected to take well over 6 months!!!!
To help save this horse's life, please click:
November 17, 2013: This stallion was part of a seizure of 30+ horses from a breeding facility in Mercer PA. The horse had been tied to a wagon and only set free periodically to breed mares. A victim of neglect, "Max" was delivered to our facility underweight, dehydrated, and suffering from a skin fungus and worm infestation. His feet were in very poor condition due to lack of nutrition and had begun to rot from standing in a wet area. Max was also reported to have behavior issues that made him difficult to handle. Max has been in our care for over a month now and cost of his care exceeds $200/month. If you can help us keep Max on the road to recovery, please click:
This dog was rescued off the streets of the city of Erie by good samaritans after she jumped in to their vehicle and refused to get out. At the time of rescue, she was in excruciating pain from starvation, had swelling from trauma to her head and a severe injury to the tip of her tail. Visits to the vet revealed that her kidneys were beginning to fail and she was anemic. A growth was discovered on her uterus and she also had an enlarged lymph node in her neck. Until she gains weight and becomes stronger, she cannot have a surgical repair of her tail or to remove the growth in her abdomen. She is on a special diet for kidney patients and is getting supplements and prescription medications. Cost of her care to date exceeds $1200. Her prescription diet alone costs $8 per day. WE URGENTLY NEED HELP FOR THIS DOG IF WE ARE TO PROVIDE HER WITH THE CARE SHE NEEDS!!! If you can help, please visit:
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NORTHSTAR EQUINE FOUNDATION, INC.
PO BOX 3918
ERIE, PA 16508