COB CARE

COB CARE

Registered Charity No. 1187393

COLIN THE RESCUE COB

Colin was found in a dreadful condition, a by product of overbreeding , he is small and not of good quality and sadly an unwanted equine cast aside .

Cob care as part of its GIVE A COB A JOB incentive , took Colin as a project in the hope that if we could get him to a healthy condition he could help others recover by sharing his story .


Winter 2019 - As part of Colin's rehabilitation process, he is currently being fostered within 'Kent's Natural Learning Centre'.

This part of his journey is really helping him in so many areas and in particular it's helping him to socialise with other animals and people. It's also important that he 'has a job' and so he is assisting people with their physical and mental health as part of Equine Assisted Learning (please visit www.kentsnaturallearningcentre.co.uk to find out more about Animal Assisted Learning). Colin has a wonderful temperament and his story will help people relate to him; in particularly with regard to his journey back to good health.


Once Colin is fully recovered and has completed his tasks at KNLC, he can then be found a permanent, loving foster home and fulfill someone's dream.

We will then rescue another Cob and the story will continue. 


Christmas 2020 update - Colin has now found a new home where he can  help them to recover and gain confidence , 


You can follow Colin's journey on his Facebook page (link is below).


https://www.facebook.com/Colin-The-Rescue-Cob-326751374673660/


If you'd like to offer a donation towards Colin (and his ongoing medical treatment and rehabilitation) please take a look at our GoFundMe page below.

Once Colin is fully rehabilitated and has a new owner, any additional funds will go to future rescue Cobs.

Thank you. 


https://www.gofundme.com/colin-the-rescue-cob?fbclid=IwAR1RAJw3yZFrf5lQeGbPvaWdh7d7WuMtn-mPOmhkdeACNzg3r6Wjuzhm5iE


You can also donate to Cob Care and all of the work that we do. Please go to our 'How to Donate' page for further information.


www.cobcare.co.uk/howtodonatetocobcare