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MSSPA’S FIRST EVER HUMANE EDUCATION SUMMER CAMPS

Helping Hooves summer camp spots are filling up quickly. Don’t miss your opportunity to spend part of your summer with the MSSPA horses.

Campers in 5th through 8th grades are invited. For more information, visit https://www.msspa.org/helping-hooves/

GIVING THAT GOES TWICE AS FAR

Buy for your friends and family and support the horses at the same time!

Score deals at smile.amazon.com/ch/01-0212545 and AmazonSmile will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Maine State Society for the Protection of Animals.

Whatever your shopping needs, when ticking off your checklist please also consider helping us with a few items on ours. Find our wish list and foal gift registry on Amazon.

Thank you!

Do you have a kiddo who loves horses?

Then the MSSPA is the perfect place for your child and their posse to celebrate an upcoming birthday! Book the Society’s humane education classroom for two hours of fun, including a pony ride, a tour of the barns, games and activities, and hands-on time with a horse in the indoor training arena. Learn about the available packages & book your party today! Click here or contact MSSPA at events@msspa.org or (207) 892-3040 for more information.

Our vision is the elimination of equine abuse and neglect.

The mission of the Maine State Society for the Protection of Animals is to provide refuge, rehabilitation, and placement of seized equines, support the placement of surrenders, and educate the public.

MSSPA uses its resources to provide direct care, rehabilitation, and placement for horses who have suffered abuse.

The Society promotes humane treatment, training, and use of animals through education and hands-on experiences.

It is with great pride that the Maine State Society for the Protection of Animals announces that it is now accredited by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS). The Society is the only equine facility in the State of Maine to have earned such an honor. To read the complete story, click here!