2018-06-22 / Community

Burros, horses and barn cats


Ever After Mustang Rescue, 463 West St. in Biddeford, will hold an open house 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 7. The nonprofit, volunteer-based organization rescues and rehabilitates adopted mustangs and either transition them to new homes and useful lives or offers lifetime care to unadoptable horses. Tour the rescue, meet this year’s interns and learn how to protect and preserve the health and well being of the American mustang. At right is Chase, a burro that is often the first to greet visitors to Ever After. (Molly Lovell- Keely photos)Ever After Mustang Rescue, 463 West St. in Biddeford, will hold an open house 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 7. The nonprofit, volunteer-based organization rescues and rehabilitates adopted mustangs and either transition them to new homes and useful lives or offers lifetime care to unadoptable horses. Tour the rescue, meet this year’s interns and learn how to protect and preserve the health and well being of the American mustang. At right is Chase, a burro that is often the first to greet visitors to Ever After. (Molly Lovell- Keely photos)

Come back the following weekend for “From the Heart of a Mustang,” 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 14 and observe Ever After Mustang residents making art out of nontoxic paint. Paintings sold by donation. At left is Tick, one of the rescue’s barn cats that originally came from Scarborough Downs. Above is Jazz, who is blind.Come back the following weekend for “From the Heart of a Mustang,” 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 14 and observe Ever After Mustang residents making art out of nontoxic paint. Paintings sold by donation. At left is Tick, one of the rescue’s barn cats that originally came from Scarborough Downs. Above is Jazz, who is blind.

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