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        01-16-2013, 12:21 PM
      #11
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by LostDragonflyWings    
    Yikes. Yeah, they will probably give him a warning to fix the issues and not do anything about it then and there, which when dealing with somebody like that can be a bad thing, but the only legal thing to do if he won't give them to you or let you sponsor and completely care for them.
    Well called this morning. Going to meet them up their on Friday.

    Hope he at least get his feet trimmed
         
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        01-16-2013, 02:00 PM
      #12
    Yearling
    Neglect isn't just associated with being fed or not. Standing in 4 foot of feces causing severe skin issues and having slipper feet despite having decent body weight IS neglect! I wonder what their entire feet are like internally and externally. I wish you luck.
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        01-16-2013, 03:16 PM
      #13
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by Speed Racer    
    You can't get possession of these animals. If AC takes them, they'll go to a rescue where they'll be fostered and hopefully eventually adopted out. Chances are, you won't be allowed to be either the foster home or adopter.
    Why wouldn't she or he not be allowed to adopt? Around here it is very common for the person who reported them to get the first right of adoption. Rescue need to adopt horses out so I can't see why they would turn them down unless they can't provide for the horse. But that's just my experience and I'm curious why you feel/think that is what will happen? Have you had that problem or know someone who did? Its truly sad if people are turned down when they can provide a good home. I'm very curious about your experience since I work for a rescue and we are constantly trying to improve the industry. Thanks and looking forward to your response :)
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        01-16-2013, 03:21 PM
      #14
    Showing
    Generally, rescues already have regular foster homes that they use, and just because someone reports neglect/abuse doesn't give them a fast track to getting the animals.

    There's no guarantee whoever reported the original owners are a good home, so I'm curious as to why your particular rescue would automatically put the whistle blower at the top of the list.

    I haven't had an recent bad experiences with rescues, because I refuse to deal with them. I've been turned down by MAGDRL since in their opinion, having merely owned and successfully cared for a Great Dane for 8 years doesn't qualify me as a 'good home' for another one, because I can't be there 24/7 with the dog. Well geeze sorry, would you like the animal to be fed? Yeah? Then I have to work.
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        01-16-2013, 03:21 PM
      #15
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by countrylove    
    Why wouldn't she or he not be allowed to adopt? Around here it is very common for the person who reported them to get the first right of adoption. Rescue need to adopt horses out so I can't see why they would turn them down unless they can't provide for the horse. But that's just my experience and I'm curious why you feel/think that is what will happen? Have you had that problem or know someone who did? Its truly sad if people are turned down when they can provide a good home. I'm very curious about your experience since I work for a rescue and we are constantly trying to improve the industry. Thanks and looking forward to your response :)
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    I know right? That don't make sense. I want to be the first right of adoption. They come look at my horses. Most spoiled horses in so cal.
         
        01-16-2013, 03:24 PM
      #16
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by Speed Racer    
    Generally, rescues already have regular foster homes that they use, and just because someone reports neglect/abuse doesn't give them a fast track to getting the animals.

    There's no guarantee whoever reported the original owners are a good home, so I'm curious as to why your particular rescue would automatically put the whistle blower at the top of the list.
    I wouldn't be heart broken if the horse went to a better home. Even if it wasn't mine. But I would be jumping in my boots if I could take him home.


    Now the Belgium. I don't think I could house him and I wouldn't try.
         
        01-16-2013, 06:32 PM
      #17
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by Speed Racer    
    You can't get possession of these animals. If AC takes them, they'll go to a rescue where they'll be fostered and hopefully eventually adopted out. Chances are, you won't be allowed to be either the foster home or adopter.
    While ideal, that is not always the case. There are many horses in local So Cal shelters that will probably never make it out of the shelter alive, much less find a rescue or adopter.

    OP, please keep us posted! If they do seize them, I am sure once released from evidence they would be available for adoption (as long as there is nothing severely medically wrong) and you could get the one you want. Just because you reported it doesn't mean you can't adopt them.
         
        01-16-2013, 07:00 PM
      #18
    Trained
    If the guy has threatened you, why would you ever go onto the property to help the horses? No way is this worth risking your life.

    Hopefully the authorities will help. If they don't, call them up and ask why/why not. Maybe they can provide you with other avenues to help.

    But, STAY AWAY FROM THIS GUY. I have a neighbour like that. If anything comes up, I call the cops and stay clear.
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        01-16-2013, 07:01 PM
      #19
    Green Broke
    I wish you the very best in this! It takes a special person to make that first call - I'm a little alarmed that this owner threatened to shoot you, however, so in that regard, please do tread lightly with outward appearances, but after the initial investigation, I would make numerous follow-up calls and be "the squeaky wheel that gets the grease" - I've seen it personally up here, and it works! There's an awesome rescue (see "Horse North Rescue, Kingsley, MI") that seizes (along with Animal Control), cares for the horses, and after health is restored, good adoptive homes are welcomed. I've donated a day a few supplies to help and yes, it was heartwrenching, but with great success stories in the end. These cases have made our local news every time, and it took people like you who care, and call, call, call until appropriate action is taken. Good luck to you - do what you have the ability to do, keep level headed as you are now, and keep us posted :)
         
        01-16-2013, 07:55 PM
      #20
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by NorthernMama    
    If the guy has threatened you, why would you ever go onto the property to help the horses? No way is this worth risking your life.

    Hopefully the authorities will help. If they don't, call them up and ask why/why not. Maybe they can provide you with other avenues to help.

    But, STAY AWAY FROM THIS GUY. I have a neighbour like that. If anything comes up, I call the cops and stay clear.
    He is not the property owner, he is a care taker. I have talked to the property owner and he said was he rents and its his business and to stay away from him.


    I believe it has not been reported because the man is so violent.

    I fear him but I won't let someone step in the way to have these poor helpless animals without help
         

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