Interested in Adopting?
Listed on this page are animals that have been approved for adoption following the rescue and rehabilitation process at M&M. If you have questions about any of these animals regarding potential adoption, please contact us!
M&M is also looking for foster homes! If you are unable to adopt at this time but would be interested in fostering one of our adoptable animals, please reach out and we will provide additional details regarding the foster approval process.
American Paint Horse
Foaled in 2000
Renegade was rescued from a brutal Louisiana kill pen. He is a 15.2hh American Paint Horse gelding, foaled in 2000. If you have visited M&M Acres, you have probably encountered Renegade - when he is inside, he is constantly looking for someone to pet him. He loves attention and loves kids!
Prior to his life at M&M, Renegade sustained a left shoulder injury that did not heal properly. He has no muscle mass in that shoulder, so he is no longer rideable. He also had a cancerous growth in his left eye that was removed at the University of Illinois. It was squamous cell carcinoma, which is common in white-faced horses. If he wears a UVA/B mask, the cancer is unlikely to return.
QUICK FACTS: Not rideable, but loves having a job. Loves kids. Gets along well with most horses. Stands nicely for vet, farrier, and chiropractor.
Paris will excel with an intermediate-advanced rider. She is very forward and fast. Sound at the w/t/c. She would do well in any discipline. She hauls well, behaves for farrier, and isn’t spooky. We have not yet bathed her or taken her on trail.
Warrior is a handsome, registered, 17 year old APHA gelding, standing 15.2hh. He is an in your pocket, can’t get close enough to you, kinda guy. He is losing vision in his right eye. He is a nervous boy, so needs a calm and confident partner. He can be a handful on the ground, needing a firm handler. For these reasons, he requires an experienced home. He is currently located at Horses Haven in Howell, MI.
Brandy is an quarter horse mare in her late teens. She was sent for retirement from the Hansen Center for Therapeutic Riding. She is quiet and suitable for small children. She has navicular, but is sound enough for light riding by small riders. She is wonderful on trail, loads and hauls easily. She stands nicely for the farrier and vet. She would be best suited for a mostly pasture, minimal riding home. She stands 15.1 hh.
Brandy typically prefers people over other horses, and she loves food!
Cookie is an Appaloosa mare in her late twenties, standing 16hh. Cookie is an owner surrender; she was a livery horse at a very busy facility. After a severe active cellulitis infection, Cookie became difficult to handle by beginner riders and the workload was too heavy for her.
Cookie needs home with lots of turnout time to promote circulation in her leg and prevents swelling and infection. Her legs must be checked daily for cuts or abrasions and wrapped when she is stalled. She has not had an active infection since 2014.
Cookie loves attention, and is looking for a home where she can be a pasture puff with constant love and affection.
Stay tuned for more adoptable ponies!
Dax’s previous owners could no longer keep him so he came to live with us at M&M in hopes of finding a forever home. Dax was born in 2014 and is a male potbellied pig.
Dax needs an owner who has pig experience and will take time to understand him/help him adjust to a new home. He is very sweet and loves to snuggle once a trusting relationship has been established. He will even follow you around and come when his name is called! Dax currently lives with 3 other pigs at M&M (all adoptable - watch for upcoming posts!) He requires an experienced pig, no children home.
Dax is a very sweet, smart pig - could you be the one to give Dax a home?
Pinky Pie (ADOPTION PENDING)
Pinky Pie was an owner surrender and would do best in an indoor home. She is about 3 years old. Pinky Pie desperately wants a person of her very own. Her owner was expecting a baby and surrendered Pinky, who had been a spoiled pig until then. Pinky is a prime example of the emotional intelligence of pigs. While she is sweet and enjoys attention, we don’t feel she’s found her perfect match. Maybe you will be her zing?
Petunia came to us in the middle of winter, shortly after giving birth to a littler. Sadly, due to weather conditions, only one of her piglets survived. Petunia would love to be homed with her best friend, Penelope, preferably in a home with no small children.
Penelope was an owner surrender due to zoning issues. She can be nippy, so will do best in a home with no small children. She would love to go home with her best friend, Petunia.
Stay tuned for more adoptable goats!