Just a few years ago, mother and daughter ponies Alice and Ally didn't have much of a life. Ridden and abused by adults, 12-year-old Alice was traumatized; her baby just a few weeks old when rescued lost her eyesight because of neglect from the previous owner.
The two now call the South Florida Society for the Prevention of Cruelty (SPCA) to Animals home where the 20-year-old organization has rescued over 2,000 horses and livestock.
And to celebrate this special Season of kindness and humanity, where devoted animal advocates have never turned a horse in need away, Alice and Ally, the two adorable dark bay ponies have donned their festive Santa hats:
"Alice and Ally are looking for their “forever home” with someone who has the skill, time and love to work with Alice. Until that perfect home becomes available, Alice and Ally will stay with South Florida SPCA where they will receive the specialized care that they need and deserve."
For as little as $20 a month, (and more if you would like) why not help to sponsor Alice and Ally? Why not finally be part of almost everyone's childhood dream to have a pony?
Because of the public's help, Ally, the three-year-old dark bay pony filly is closely watched and protected by her mother Alice; adorable little Ally romps and jumps with joy as each new day brings another happy adventure.
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