A MESA, AZ EQUINE GIFT RETAILER FINDS A WAY TO HELP LOCAL HORSE RESCUE
MESA, AZ (3/23/10) —
The poor economy has great an epidemic of pet owners not being able to afford the upkeep and care of there pets. What most people do not realize that this also has taken a heavy toll on the horse population. Many horse have been just abandon, turned loss in the wild, and lack of funds for feed has left countess horses in severest conditions and neglect.
With resources being scarce, it is hard to find additional funds to assist the horse rescues. However, Roberta Edstrom, CEO of Knot-A-Tail.com as offered a helping hand within the website.
At the beginning of April, 2010, the staff at Knot-A-Tail, with the help of PCL-Design and consulting established a Memorial Page for horse lover’s to be able to honor their horses that they have loved and lost. The response to the horse lovers memorial page was instantly overwhelming.
Roberta Edstrom, the CEO of Knot-A-Tail offered to help support the horse rescue by donating a dollar for every horse lover that posted their story on the memorial page. The clients not only get a chance to tell their story, but they also get the opportunity to help save the life of another horse from pain and suffering.
The company even went one step further. For every memorial custom bracelet that the company makes for a client, Knot-A-Tail will donate a horse hair friendship bracelet to the horse rescue. The bracelets have a retail value of around $10.00 and each one will be made special for the horse rescue.
Recently the Mesa, AZ horse rescue brought in 34 abandoned horse that need feed, shelter, and care. Only one man and one assistant is taking care of all 34 horses. The full time job of taking care of 34 neglected horses can be overwhelming, and extremely expensive. Any funds that Knot-A-Tail’s memorial page produces, will come in a great time of need to assist the horses in their recovery.
To assist with the fund raising, you can log onto Knot-A-Tail and check out the memorial page “To horse’s I have loved and lost” Tell your own story and help raise funds to save the life of another horse.