- Status: Available for Sponsorship
- Species: Pony
- General Color: White
- Current Age: 24 Years 2 Months (best estimate)
- Location: Easy Street Pasture
- Owner Experience Needed: Breed
- Reaction to New People: Friendly
Please consider donating here to become Levi's Guardian Angel or Cherub:
4/19/14 Levi is doing well, he did have to be laid down for his last hoof trim as he has a hard time holding his compromised leg up. But, he is staying happy and healthy in a pen with GG, our blind pony.
8/4/13 Levi is doing great, he now lives with mini Baja in the Barn/Cherry Pie area. He is now a part of our Guardian Angel program.
04.07.12 Levi having breakfast on a silver plate.
01/19/12 Levi is staying at the Cherry Pine with Florecita and Mamacita. He got lots of carrots today from a big bucket....
8/21/11 Our special needs pony, Levi, Big Pasture. He has an old fused fractured hip but does very well in spite of it. We have had surgery done on it to make him have a better range of movement but he prefers to "ski" with his one hind leg as he canters along. He is happy and loves living out in the pasture with his herd of multiple girlfriends...
7/27/11 Levi is doing great with his friends in Easy Street.
6/27/10 Levi is now out in Easy Street where he spends his days with his girlfriend, Clover. He is fat, happy and active.
7/17/09 Levi is doing great out in Assisted Living.
5/9/09 Levi is doing great, happy and content and GELDED! He is learning manners and is much easier to handle. He loves to get out and play and does very well even though he is crippled in his hip. A really cute little guy with a funny personality.
Arrived at Shiloh 2/12/09.
Levi, a mini stud, came to Shiloh from Dreamchasers Horse Rescue in Pahrump, NV. He was one of five horses that Shiloh was able to take out of that horrible place where horses are being starved and neglected. Shiloh was told of the conditions at this "rescue" and we went over to investigate. What we found was appalling. No food, filthy conditions, no hoof care, no shelters for some horses, breeding of rescue horses, and a staff who doesn't have the first clue of how to care for or feed horses.
Levi will be gelded as soon as we feel that he is healthy enough. He is thin and has had very poor hoof care. He is suffering from what we were told was a fractured pelvis and is crippled, but should be able to have a good horse life with some care and time.