Saving Lives


A portion of the proceeds from the sale of our products is donated to one of the rescue groups below. Both of these organizations are run by personal friends of mine, and I know first hand, how they are tirelessly working to help animals in need.

Thank you for considering to make a donation of your own!


From the founder of PET

The most important lesson Evaristo Castro Rosas and I have learned in our combined experience of 20 years volunteering and working in animal welfare is that there will never be enough responsible permanent homes for all the animals that are born. We have seen shelters and independent rescuers struggle for funds to be able to save lives and come to the heartbreaking realization that you cannot save them all. Because of our personal experience we have decided to work on the root of the problem, we need to educate our community regarding the responsibility of owning a pet and the importance of spay/neuter and with your help be able to offer low cost and free spay/neuters. Through our education and spay/neuter programs we will prevent the needless suffering of dogs and cats that will otherwise end up on our streets spreading disease through no fault of their own.

Our goal is to do 100 surgeries per month, our cost per surgery is $25.00 USD.

Every little bit counts, please consider helping us by sponsoring a surgery, donating towels, medical supplies, kennels, collars and leashes, volunteering at the clinic.

Just one spay/ neuter can make a huge long term impact. THANK YOU!!

Aida Trujillo




About STAT Sanctuary

Pattie Roberts is a familiar face around Southwest Riverside County having spent years promoting good causes with local radio station KFROG and then with her own agency,

Marketing with a Cause. Through the years she has served on various Board of Directors including the (old) Sun City/Menifee Chamber of Commerce and T.H.E., Therapeutic Handicap-able Equestrian Center. She has worked tirelessly to promote the non-profit community.

She helped the Wishes for Children Foundation make the dream of a very ill little girl come true by bringing her to the ranch for a private tour and riding lesson, she promotes programs such as Exceed, work programs for Adults with Disabilities, Animal Friends of the Valley, the Memory Walk for Alzheimer’s awareness, she supports four school districts Student of the Month programs and many others good causes. In 2013 Save the Animals Today horse rescue teamed up with Civitan of the Temecula Valley in sponsoring Ride for a Cause the first Saturday of each month for disabled families. Pattie was the 2011 Murrieta Chamber Citizen of the Year, Save the Animals Today was the Murrieta Chamber 2012 Non Profit of the Year and the 2014 Community Organization of the Year for the Inland Valley Business Community Foundation (IVBCF).

“I did not ever plan on becoming a horse rescue!”

But God had a different idea! In 2007 when 23 horses were abandoned at the Ranch and surrendered to the State of California Save the Animals Today, 501 (C) 3 Non-Profit Horse and Farm Animal Rescue, was born. “The State doesn’t have an adoption program for horses like it does for dogs and cats so these horses would have been euthanized,” says Pattie. “It was not in my business plan to become a Rescue Ranch however, after calling 35 organizations from Arizona to Washington and finding them all full.....I had no choice!”

Your tax deductible contributions are needed to provide a retirement and respectable end of life experience for these horses, most of who have out lived their usefulness as riding and breeding horses but are still healthy and needing care and affection. We use 14 bags (700 pounds) of feed daily. Several horses are available for adoption and/or sponsorship!

Our Volunteer Program offers our supporters a unique opportunity to relax and spend time outdoors caring for and loving on these beautiful animals.

We host an Open Barn the first Saturday of each month from Noon -2pm and offer
Horse Rides for Donations on the other Saturdays from Noon -2pm.
Bring carrots, your camera and the kids for a tour of a truly remarkable facility.

Call 951-733-3000 or email
for an appointment or more information


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