In a perfect world, every horse we rescue will find their perfect forever home.
Here are just a few of our recent success stories.
"DUDE and CHERISH"
It's a win, win, win for these guys. Cherish and Dude came to DreamCatchers off the kill lot April 2019 as unhandled weanlings.
They were given time to grow and learn to trust and it has paid off in helping them to find the perfect home with Carol and Craig Flathers.
Congratulations Dude and Cherish and Carol and Craig. Cannot wait to see updates on these kids.
Wilson went to his new home with his family Mike and Paula Shill and their daughter Erica. This is true horse love. They bought a new house just so Wilson would be able to live with them. Amazingly happy ending for a horse headed to slaughter a year ago !
Congratulations to our Chandler. He joined his new family today in Blackforest. Chance (formerly known as Piston of Safe Landing Horse Rescue) looked excited to have another guy to play with. Overall his arrival was anticlimactic as if he was always part of their herd. We are looking forward to watching him grow and thrive with Susan
Passion has been adopted by Allie Wilde and Timothy Torongeau and joins their other horse a 29 year old gelding that has been a member of their family for over 10 years and also another pasture mate,
Dude, owned by Sara Simpson who resided at DreamCatchers for a time. Passion will continue her training under the gentle hand of Tim and Allie. Congratulations Tim and Allie and heres to
many happy years with our little Passion. We will miss her but are so happy she has found her forever home.
Congrats to Laurie and George on
the awesome addition to their family. Vixen will remain at DCER for the next couple months as her humans learn more about how to care for her, and continue their search for horse number 2.
Laurie and George have property in black forest where they will eventually take
Megan O of Monument fostered and trained Syke last year and has now made her part of the family! Megan is a mulitiple adopter with DreamCatchers, she had Helen until she passed away in her mid
20's and also adopted the baby Rosie, whose Mama was rescued back in 2007 from Jefferson County. Congratulations to Megan and Skye!!
Red Bourbon has gone to his new forever home in Vineland, CO with the Kushner family, Kim, Chris, Ashley, Shannon and Shayla. Kim and Chris have
owned horses before but not for the last 10 years or so. They want to give their 8 yr old twin daughters and their 21 yr old daughter a life with horses so Red will be the first of at least 2 that
will live with them for the rest of their lives. Kim rescues dogs and has a variety of critters including 7 dogs, chickens, and several cats. Congratulations to Red and his new
Happy St. Patrick's Day! Gunther found his forever home today! His human, Pat, recently lost her beloved girl, Kiki, to colic and was looking for a new connection., Gunther is 25 years old and he will be living happily with Pat who we know will take wonderful care of this special man for the rest of his life! Congratulations Pat and Gunther!
"Finn and Rowdy"
Both of these boys would not be here if it weren't for Julie at DreamCatchers. She rescued
both of the Mommas pregnant and we welcomed the boys into the world last Summer. They have grown into very loving, handsome young men and were lucky enough to both be adopted to the same Family in
Pueblo West. Congratulations Boys! You will missed. Please Keep in Touch!
Awesome news, Miss Xena has been adopted by a wonderful couple from Falcon. They said goodbye to the horses they loved after a wonderful 14 years together, one was 37 and the other 40. The horses had been together for over 27 years. This will be the forever home this magnificent mare deserves so much. Congrats to Xena and her new mom, Cheryl.
Email from Cheryl to Julie months after adopting Xena:
I was just talking about Dreamcatchers yesterday and it prompted me to send this email. I just wanted to thank you for all that you do for not only the horses but for the people that get to love them. Xena is doing well and keeps me smiling. We took our first long ride out of the pasture yesterday and she did really well. She greets me morning and night with a nuzzle and whinny and will do just about anything for a cookie.
My job often entails long hours and lots of stress, but she is the best therapy ever. Thank you for rescuing her and giving me the opportunity to adopt her.
Patrick met his latest and hopefully forever person Jerod W. They seem to be a perfect match. Patrick is a very smart boy and tries to figure out ways to get out of work. Jerod is not easily intimidated by Patties shenanigans and with the help of our trainer, Alex Roy, Jerod and Patty are working on that issue. Congrats to Jerod and Patrick!
It took 5 1/2 years and a new level of maturity but Zanzibar has finally found his forever home with Vicki of Pueblo West. His new BFF, Jerry, was very happy to see him after having been alone for the past few weeks after his longtime herd mate of 14 years passed away at the ripe old age of 28. Congratulations to Zanzibar and his lady Vicki.