The Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation, Inc. (MHWF), is a 501(c)3 nonprofit charity dedicated to providing qualified homes for any horse in need. The goals are to make certain that every horse placed with MHWF is provided with all of the necessary ingredients for a safe and happy life, and also protected from those who would do harm. Each horse placed with MHWF will receive full efforts to ensure that the horse never ends up in the auction ring or on the slaughterhouse floor. MHWF promises to do their best to provide only the best homes with dedicated families for every animal they place. MHWF is also verified by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries.
Above is the MHWF Mission Statement, but there are also a lot of promises that go along with that mission that are made directly to the equines with heartfelt sincerity. MHWF promises to look upon you as the beautiful creature you are, even if you came to us a skeleton of a horse. We see your beauty right through all of the bones and unhealthy hair that we know is only as a temporary situation that someone neglected you into. Our hearts beam watching you transform physically and emotionally into that beautiful creature that you are, by providing you with the basic necessities of your life, and watching you emotionally blossom into the self-assured and beautiful creature you are meant to be. When you are scared and unsure of yourself, maybe even not used to being around other horses, we promise that we will place you in a situation that best suits your needs and be with horses that will take you under their wings and let you know that all will be fine in a language that only horses understand. We will keep our watchful eye on you every day to be sure that you are happy and well adjusted. We promise that we will groom you and make sure that you are happy and well-adjusted, give you the loving attention that you crave and deserve. We promise we will be sure that your future is secured as a safe one, and most of all we promise to never forget you.
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