Originally Posted by VintageMatch
Thanks Ilovesonya, someone did actually report it, they came out said the horses were fine and left. I know some of the girls at the humane society and the one girl said it was just a vindictive call. Posted via Mobile Device
We've had people call the Sheriff's department and report our horses before. Deputy came out each time - checked our vet records, checked our feed barrels, shook his head and left. He has been called out six times in the last year. Dancer did get pretty rough looking for a while, but she's really looking tons better. We also took in two rescues that looked like walking skeletons. Deputy said he was getting tired of people who couldn't mind their own business, and couldn't tell a thin but healthy horse from an underfed emaciated horse.
We still have one rescue who is just not cooperating - he is still thin, but - his coat is glossy and he has a lot of energy - which is part of the problem. He's two years old and growing faster than you would believe - and he runs and runs and runs... If he were sick and/or underfed, he couldn't do that.
Deputy thinks the most recent caller may be related to the people who were arrested for killing horses in our area...including our DJ. They are really being vindictive - although we had nothing to do with any of the arrests and don't even know enough to testify about anything...