Elena Larrea animal activist using raunchy OnlyFans pics to fund horse sanctuary

One of many stars of OnlyFans has been dubbed a “horny cowgirl” for using the proceeds from her lewd pictures to help a horse sanctuary.

Horses which were abused are cared for and housed at Elena Larrea’s Cuacolandia rescue facility within the Mexican state of Puebla.

Prior to the Covid-19 outbreak, the animal activist solely relied on donations to pay for meals, veterinarian visits, medicines, and cleansing. Nonetheless, donations stopped at the moment.

In accordance to her, working the centre prices about 100,000 pesos (£4,600) monthly, so she wanted to provide you with the additional cash rapidly, which is how OnlyFans got here to be.

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100% of her earnings, in accordance to her account on the obscene web site, go to Cuacolandia, her haven. Now, she costs $7.50 (£6.24) per registration.

The plan was profitable. Not solely did Elena handle to maintain the sanctuary working all through the pandemic, however she has additionally been in a position to develop its operations because the donations maintain coming in.

In a latest interview with MILENIO, she said: “Every part created on OnlyFans and on these platforms will go to the horses and that’s how I’ve been in a position to shift locations, purchase meals, get better horses, and all the pieces; that’s how we’ve moved on.

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“We rescue equines from all types of mistreatment and abandonment. We’ve horses from the calandrias of Acapulco, horses from rubbish carts, deserted, mistreated or which have had very horrible tales and right here we provide them a house the place they’ll relaxation and retire with dignity.”

Elena has additionally saved horses from Puebla, her residence state, and Mexico Metropolis. Some had been deserted, whereas others had been utilised to tow avenue vehicles or race in shady underground competitions.

There are plans to begin horseback driving classes when she expanded enterprise and commenced offering journeys to the sanctuary as further supply of revenue (though not with the animals in restoration).

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