Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Horses Up For Adoption
Five horses that were taken from three people charged with abuse and neglect are ready to be adopted. The horses were rescued from a home on Greg Hollow Road in Jonesborough in July. The horses were found starved with their ribs showing. One horse had severe cuts and bruises from trying to find food. The horses are in much better condition and now ready to find homes. The fee for adopting the horse is 200-dollars and 150-dollars per pony. Those interested in adopting a horse must go through and application process and be reviewed before they will allow an adoption. A sixth horse had to be put down due to it's poor condition. (CC)

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