Mikasi & Taima adopted wild colts from McDermott Roundup and transports to Spirit Wind Horse Rescue
Cindy A. Lee and the Wags and Menace Make a Difference Program Foundation rescued these six traumatized colts from the 149 unbranded horses that were under a judge's restraining order from the McDermott roundup. (Mikasi means "White Moon") and (Taima means "Loud Thunder")
Mikasi suffered a serious hoof abcess, barely missing his bone. Both he and his shy friend Taima arrived lame. Thanks to Cindy Lee of the Wags and Menace Make A Difference Foundation, Mikasi & Taima have been receiving the medical care they both so desperately need.
The best news ever is that Cindy Lee and her Wags and Menace Make A Difference Foundation will be adopting both Mikasi and his best buddy Taima and moving them to their forever home at the Spirit Wind Horse Rescue facility in Crawford, Colorado!
Thank you Cindy Lee of the Wags and Menace Make a Difference Foundation for giving these 6 colts a second chance on life and taking on the permanent responsibility to give Mikasi and Taima a lifetime of care and love!