On September 14, 2012, The Foxie G Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non profit, was established to honor the memory and zest for life of a charismatic, retired racehorse named Foxie G. Our organization focuses on retired Thoroughbred racehorses and broodmares that need the most help. Injured racehorses, broodmares whose breeding days are over, slaughter bound Thoroughbreds and those in neglect situations have found a safe haven here at Foxie G. Through our rescue, rehabilitation, adoption and permanent retirement programs, we provide a brighter future for horses that were often facing an uncertain one. In addition to the horses, felines can not be forgotten. Non socialized or feral cats roam the farming community where we are based. They live a difficult life, not knowing where their next meal is coming from, where they can seek shelter and never receiving veterinary care. Our feline spay/neuter, colony care, adoption and sanctuary programs gives these often unwanted cats a soft landing after a hard start at life.
Adopt a Horse - Horses coming into our adoption program are extensively evaluated on the ground and under tack before being placed up for adoption. Horses are also evaluated to determine the level of rider or handler needed and the best new career options based on the horse’s natural ability or physical limitations. Though ideally we are searching for forever homes for our “kids”, any horse adopted out by The Foxie G Foundation, can return to our farm at any time, for any reason. We have over 12 horses ready to find their forever home with many more currently being evaluated. Please contact Laurie at 301-667-2553 to set up a time to meet our horses. Ready to adopt? Complete and email the horse adoption application to [email protected]. We do require a minimum of one farm visit to meet and work with the horse you are interested in adopting. Adopt a Cat - All cats in our adoption program have been assessed for temperament and are fully vetted. As with the horses, they too can be returned at any time for any reason. Our adoptable cats can be found on our Facebook and Petfinder pages also. Ready to adopt? Download, fill out and email our cat adoption contract and questionnaire to [email protected].
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