Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society

Available for Rehoming by Adopter

Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society adopters sign a contract stating that for the remanider of the horse's life, they will not sell him, give him away, lease him out, send him to slaughter, etc. If an adopter cannot keep his/her horse, the horse comes back to Bluebonnet. There is one exception to this rule: an adopter may re-home his/her adopted horse as long as he/she follows the Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society re-homing procedure.

In order to rehome an adopted horse (donkey, mule, pony, miniature horse, etc.), the adopter must request and submit an adoption relinquishment form.

The new adopter must complete an adoption application and be approved by the Adoption Coordinator. Once the new adopter is approved and Bluebonnet receives the adoption relinquishment form, the Adoption Coordinator will send an adoption contract to the new adopter.

The original adopter may charge the new adopter a rehoming fee, but Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society will not charge any adoption fee. Once a relinquished horse has re-entered the foster home system, he/she will no longer be available for rehoming.

All above paperwork must be submitted and approved BEFORE the horse is moved.

Horses available for rehoming by their adopters: