Friday, March 22, 2013

Horses need help
Hawkins county authorities found three starving horses on Wednesday and took custody of them. Now, the people that foster these horses are asking for help to care for the animals. The Treadway Equine Animal Rescue Sanctuary takes in the animals, but say the hard winter has left them trying to pay out of their own pockets to care for all the animals. They say that wonít last long. The group is already fostering 17 horses and said the incoming horses will have to have lots of special care and plenty of food to get their weight up. The group needs food like hay, oats, rice bran, and beet pulp. The group says they also adopt horses out but that is not happening too often lately since people donít have the money to invest in care for the animals. (CC)

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