Saved From The Slaughter House, He Is Always Up To Something!



If You Are Interested In Adopting/Sponsoring A Ranch Critter's Rescue
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Waylon - 2004

He's so loved and cared for by Tracey, one of Ranch Critter's most dedicated volunteers-she stepped in and has been taking care of a recent foot issue and pampers Waylon almost daily.  

Scooby Doo
Rescued From Kill Pen In May '17 
He Is Responding 
Well To His Rehabilitation Program
Feb '18   Contacted by Wharton Sheriff Department asking if Ranch Critters could assist in finding places for these neglected horses and within 48 hours ALL of them were safe and on the way to a complete recovery with their new families 
Ranch Critters is forever grateful to the generous people who stepped up and saved these horses
May '18 Update:      Wynonna arrived safe and sound at her wonderful new home in Colorado.  
Mare arrived at Ranch Critters scared and distrustful of all humans 
AND pregnant.....
Little Phoenix was born at Ranch Critters and she has a completely different outlook - she is curious and fearless 
The mare is relearning trust each and every day !!

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A huge Thank You  to Olivia for adopting our beautiful Eclipse and for her volunteer work here.       Sep '18
Phoenix has been adopted and having a great time with her new family.....
Mar '19

Rescued a wonderful gelding named Dan that was adopted by the Avant family, who had already opened their hearts and pastures to another Hee Haw rescue......  For Dan and Foxy it was love at first sight !!!

Meet named because he overcame a really rough first few days and he has an issue with his back legs that will need correction but he is NOT letting that slow him down one bit.                                                                                       Born May 26,2019
Meet Snickers...... who showed himself to be quite an athlete at even two days old      Born May 24, 2019
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Update - Love At First Site 
Scooby Doo went home to live with Dani -
April '19
This special little girl was born at Ranch Critters and from her first day it became clear she was destined to accomplish great things.   She will be missed but we look forward to seeing her mature and thrive in her new home 
                                                                  Aug '18  
Roany was rescued from a kill pen along with two others.  After weeks of care and patience the little guy learned to trust humans again.  He was adopted in March '17    

    Thank you Gavin and Jackie 
Gunner Xotchil 2014
Spanish Mustang

MARCH 2018 !!!!

Gunner joins Tejas and Choctaw who were also adopted from Ranch Critters.  Our thanks to the wonderful family that provided a forever home for these 3 Mustangs.
Faith and Wyatt have found their new family at Healing Gaits
Call or visit  for our latest updates and more information about current "new arrivals" adoption or sponsorship opportunities. 

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Contact Us
Here at Ranch Critters we believe that there should be a respectful bond between animal and new owner.  We look forward to working with you and your new family member at Ranch Critters before permanent placement.
24520 Levy Ln. 
Hempstead Tx. 77445 

European Warmblood
Born On the Ranch

Jake  2011 Quarter Horse ADOPTED '16 after months of recovery from when he arrived

Precious 2001 Miniature Adopted '16


Registered QH

Miniatures Rescued From A Kill Pen and Adopted By One Of Our Most Generous Family Supporters 

Hero and Snickers joined others at their new home with Gavin and Jackie !   They are loved and pampered.....
This pair lost their owner during Covid-19 and we helped place them in a very loving home. We always appreciate people who step up to the needs.
We were contacted by Sheriff's Department early 2023 asking if we could take in a horse that had been seized due to severe neglect... of course we could not say no !!

Angel's recovery has been slow but steady, she has very sensitive eyes and seems to appreciate her cool visor.