If You Suspect Animal Abuse, Please Do The Right Thing, Do Not Be Silent

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“This is an upsetting video, for me it was very painful to watch & of course I cried; sometimes one has to use visual aids to make people understand what is right! I personally couldn’t walk past any animal, whom I thought needed help. I would ask that you share this…it is a powerful message….we take animals from their natural habit, so they have been domesticated for hundreds of years.! Yet they can not live without us. If we use animals as substitutes for door bells,  alarm calls or burglar alarms…even garden ornaments… then it is up to us to maintain that animals life…they costs more than a few AAA batteries. 

“PLEASE…if you see an animal that is thin, without food or water, nor shelter or warmth; don’t pass them by believing someone else will deal with it…they won’t, because they will think like you, that the next person will deal with it…sorry but they don’t. As a result, so many animals suffer…mainly due to human ignorance etc. it’s not right!! We were all born with the instinct to love, nurture & protect, yet there are many that fall by the way side…so it is up to the rest of us, to use the voice God gave us; to protect those who remain voiceless!” 

“We must open our eye’s wider, listen with our hearts, when an animal is hurting, we must do the right thing…whatever it takes to help it heal;which is most often just our voice. It doesn’t cost anything, you don’t have to look after it, you just have to make the first step…all it takes is a phone call, you can even stay anonymous…just please, open your mouth when you see something wrong”.

“Had someone spoken earlier, this beautiful mare would still be on earth…but because nobody spoke, help came…but it was too late! R.I.P sweet Cordelia x”

“Ten Days with Cordelia”

Published on 15 Oct 2012 by 

If you suspect abuse, report it. If you don’t want to get involved, please pass the information along to someone who will. Call your local shelter. Rescue came too late for a horse named “Later” that we lovingly called “Cordelia.”


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BELLA, LACY & TRINA are three adorable misfits that each needed surgery.  They each came into JARM (Jasper Animal Rescue Mission) with no hope in sight for them to get better.  We agreed to take the worst one and in the process, the volunteer that went to pick up one of the approved dogs could not leave without taking the other two.   

LACEY and her adorable puppies were picked up as strays by Animal Control.  She is a 5 year old Rat Terrier Mix.  It looked like she had some unfortunate injury that cost her one of her eyes.  The eye was now small and deformed because of the injury and had to be removed.  Her sweet puppies were placed but she was left behind.  She also had a slight case of Demodex which was easily treated along with the puppies. Lacey’s eye has been removed and she is ready for her new home.  She is the sweetest little girl that is now ready for her new home.

TRINA is a 3 year old Dachshund Terrier Mix.  She was an owner turn in.  Her leg had been broken several times from a car accident the owner said and had never been treated.  When she came in she was covered with fleas and had not received any medical care of any kind.  Her leg was so mangled there was nothing we could do but remove the leg.  We have treated her and did surgery to remove her leg.  She is doing great as a tripod and is now ready for her new home.  She is a sweetheart and will make a wonderful addition to any family. 

BELLA is an adorable little 10 week old Lab puppy that was picked up with her litter mates and her Mom as a stray.   She was half the size of the other puppies and all were adopted along with the Mother but her.  Bella was unable to walk and they thought she had a broken pelvis.  Her x-rays showed she had terrible hernias.  One doctor performed her hernia surgery before we rescued her and did a terrible job.  This little puppy was in so much pain is the reason why she couldn’t walk.  Her abdomen was filled with fluids from the surgery and she was a total mess.  She was rushed into surgery to repair the hernias and then tubes inserted to allow her abdomen to drain.  She is still at the vet and has been there for two weeks.  She will be getting out in one week and is finally able to be a PUPPY.  This little bundle of energy will be ready for her new home in two weeks.  We want to make sure she has healed completely before we place her in her forever home.  She is the sweetest little Angel that loves everyone and will make an incredible dog for a Family with children.

Please, help us with the medical bills for these girls by DONATING.  

We are a 501c3 and all donations are tax deductible. 

Contact is:


4084 Spring Island

Okatie, SC  29909


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