The horse, Arif, was rehabilitated in the SPCA stables and is now looking for a permanent home
Eight months ago the SPCA rescued Arif, a horse of approximately twelve years of age, who was found wandering in an agricultural area in bad physical condition. He was very thin, suffered from sores caused by inappropriate harnessing and his hoofs were in need of treatment. The authorities, including the Ministry of Agriculture, refused to take responsibility as required by Law.
Arif was started on a long and very expensive rehabilitation process in the Society’s stables. He received treatment for his wounds and worms, his hooves and shoes were cared for on an ongoing basis, and, as can be seen from the photo, he has gained weight dramatically and is now in excellent health.
Now Arif is ready to move to a permanent home and we are seeking responsible and experienced people with a well-run stable, who are interested in taking in a neutered horse, who is a little stubborn and full of energy.
Adoption does not entail any payment but is conditional upon a contract with the SPCA. For further details, please contact us at: *4553.