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Journey’s End Ranch Newsletter March 16, 2018

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Journey’s End Ranch Newsletter March 16, 2018

Winter arrived late here, with colder weather, windy days and some rain in the past month. Nevertheless, the horses are already starting to shed out. We have had some beautiful skies, too.

sunrise March 14

A representative from Farnam had offered free fly masks to horse rescues. We requested 6 and received a lot more than that! I think we are set for life, now. They are greatly appreciated!

The Sanctuary just celebrated 8 years since becoming a 501C3 Non Profit. Time flies when you stay busy. We owe our existence to the wonderful people who support us and also to several organizations who have given grants over the years.

Dakota, the old mustang mare we suspected of having Valley Fever, is doing very well after a month on Jernigan‘s Yeast Ease, Pomifitrin and Neuro Antitox.She is more active, breathing well and has gained weight. I myself have also improved using Yeast Ease, so, we can only conclude it helps treat the Valley Fever fungus. 10 years ago, we made the discovery that Jernigan Neuro AntiTox seems to detox rattlesnake venom. We have treated a horse, burro, rabbit, sheep and 5 dogs who were bitten. They already had swelling, so these were not “dry bites”. All recovered quickly and did not require the vet. One dog was bitten by a very toxic Mohave Rattler. I myself have taken Neuro Antitox for 10 years as it detoxes Lyme toxins (mostly ammonia). I did some research & discovered that Valley Fever produces ammonia in the lungs and probably other organs. How or why it seems to work with snake bites is a mystery, but the proof is in the pudding, as they say.

Patty survives snakebite, we credit Jernigan remedy

We are now an affiliate and anyone ordering and using our coupon code “Ritlaw 1”  gets free shipping & the sanctuary will get 25% of the sale.  https://www.jnutra.com/

Everyone is frisky with the cool weather.

 

 

Poco still sings up a storm.

Windy, 16 year old mustang used in cruel “horse tripping” before joining us 8 years ago.

 

Tomorrow, my pet rats will be one year old. It’s a milestone as life expectancy is about 3 years. Monday, I turn 64, and I plan to play the Beatles’ song, “When I’m 64” to celebrate.

my personal pet rats, Nevada, Socks & Daisy

 

Thank you for your support. Wishing everyone a Happy Easter and Spring Solstice.

Love,

Cathy & the Gang

 

 

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Comments

  1. Madelaine says:

    Happy Birthday. Celebrate, you are a living miracle, thanks for all you do with the animals. It all helps restore people’s faith in the goodness of others. Love you, Madelaine. Jan will be XX. April 9 th ?.

  2. Cathy Ritlaw says:

    Thank you so much! Jan will be 65 April 9th. Love you!!

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