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Even when the chores are done volunteers discuss special situations noticed while making rounds.

Published on November 16, 2008

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It's not all petting and feeding carrots. In addition to feeding and walking, dedicated volunteers, putting in long hours, are also charged with the unglamorous job of "mucking out" stalls

Published on November 16, 2008

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One reason why Equine Evac's volunteers can be hard to come by is "We're not dealing with cats and dogs here." states Kathy O'Connor. "You have to have to be experienced and comfortable with large animals" as displayed here with Amy Moore holding back Honey, 1,200+ pounds of stubborn mule, while Kathy O'Connor gets the gate closed.

Published on November 16, 2008

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Equine Evac volunteers Amy Moore (left) and Kathy O'Connor (right) dispense medication to alleviate Vanna's smoke-damaged eyes.

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Hans J. Mainz didn't wait for any possible evacuation orders to find safe housing for his mustang Apache

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Even though the Trail Blazer Festival was in full swing this weekend at Earl Warren Showgrounds CEO Scott Grieve said, "Whatever you need." donating the housing of evacuated livestock to Equine Evac

Published on November 16, 2008

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Buddies from before the fire this Miniature and 17 1/2-hand horse preferred to share a stall.

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The odd man in this llama seems most happy to be far from the smoke and flames.

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Baby goats safe and sound

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A happily-housed goat hopes for a treat from the cameraman

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Volunteers put in long days feeding, cleaning and caring for the animals

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It's dinnertime and volunteers serve up donated hay & feed to 60 horses, 5 goats, and 1 llama

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Volunteer Kris Kimpel makes the rounds with some carrots

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Equine Evac original member Kathy O'Connor notes, "Animals are a lot like people in that some react well to stressful situations and some don't." Though it can be dangerous to have two horses in one stall these two horses, previously acquainted, were markedly more relaxed when housed together.

Published on November 16, 2008

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Equine Evac, an all-volunteer organization born of the Painted Cave Fire in 1990 and housed in donated stalls at Earl Warren Showgrounds, once again comes to the rescue of Santa Barbara's livestock in times of disaster.

Published on November 16, 2008

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Equine Evac, an all-volunteer organization born of the Painted Cave Fire in 1990 and housed in donated stalls at Earl Warren Showgrounds, once again comes to the rescue of Santa Barbara's livestock in times of disaster.

Published on November 16, 2008

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"I have never seen a more hate-filled campaign than the one against people who supported marriage as being man-woman." Conservative radio host Dennis Prager addresses YAF activists.

Published on November 16, 2008

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Ryan McNicholas, Executive Director of UCSB's College Republicans.

Published on November 16, 2008

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