1. Baby Pig Thrown From A Truck Recovers At Happy Trails — check out the cute little pot belly guy and his unfolding story at http://happytrailsfarm.org/artman/publish/article_268.shtml
2. Baby Quarter Horse Hurley Finds A New Foster Home At The Medina Raptor Center — Rescue groups once again come together to help the animals, and on Saturday, Baby Hurley received a warm welcome from his new foster family and the center's volunteers. Kai, a 10 year old Quarter horse mare, currently in training, is still seeking a foster home. Solera, a 10 year old Arabian mare, will be going to her new foster home next week! Get all the horse updates here and see some cute photos of Baby Hurley — http://happytrailsfarm.org/artman/publish/article_267.shtml.
3. "Mercy For Animals" Welcomes A Presentation From Happy Trails At Their February Dinner — I am honored to be the guest speaker on behalf of Happy Trails at the free vegetarian dinner hosted by Mercy For Animals at the Beachwood Library on Thursday, February 26th at 6:30pm. The presentation will review Happy Trails rescue work, our animal investigation cases, and provide education about the animal cruelty issues that we deal with daily. I am sincerely hoping to see a lot of our Happy Trails friends at this event — hope you can fit this on your calendar! Get details and directions at http://happytrailsfarm.org/artman/publish/article_267.shtml.
4. The February 2009 Happy Trails newsletter is available on-line now at http://happytrailsfarm.org/artman/uploads/february2009new.pdf. Check out the web version before the printed copies even arrive hot off the press! Read about the new home for Shadow the horse, Mary's funny story about Oliver the pig, our Get Involved Campaign, try a new recipe for a Portobello Mushroom Ragu masterpiece from Chef Scot, meet our equine trainers, Dave Fedor and Ken Aberegg, check out the photo of Mona Lisa on the back cover that portrays sheer happiness, and much more!