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    04-24-2012, 06:59 PM
  #41
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by mbender    
Here's the thing MH, you are feeding your old horse according to his needs. Phillip either isnt or gave up because he/she feels the animal isnt worth the extra time and money. And that is real sad. Called abuse anyway you slice it.
I am not sure about phillips past, but I have to say.............. my animals are worth ALL my money! I would starve before I let them! Actually they eat better than I do!!!!

ADD: oops I realized this thread is old! I did notice the gray stud and OMG! WONDERFUL!
     
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    04-24-2012, 08:19 PM
  #42
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Corporal    
Precisely. YOU are her enabler.
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    04-27-2012, 06:09 PM
  #43
Weanling
Whoever successfully intervened for that horse, bless your heart. Are there any updates about the facility and any other at risk horses?
     
    04-27-2012, 07:31 PM
  #44
Teen Forum Moderator
What a cutie pie! I just love the sweet look on his face. Thank you SO much, Equilove, for the update! Those old pictures of him were just heartbreaking, and seeing him now- healthy, happy, and gelded...well, it just made my day!

Praying that this beautiful little boy will find the perfect forever home! I'd snatch him up in a heartbeat if he were near us. Any news of the others on that farm?
     
    04-29-2012, 12:59 PM
  #45
Yearling
All horses were seized by the metro police and fostered out. I think a few had to be euthanized over the winter, but a good number made it out. Fortunately there were no others in as horrible shape as the grey stud. :)
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    04-30-2012, 02:03 PM
  #46
Green Broke
Glad to hear the authorities step in. It's so sad when someone has a hoarding problem, my bleeding heart feels bad for them in a way, but at the same time, worse for the poor animals who truly suffered from her addiction. My horse Sandie was actually a rescue from a similar situation...

Animal Abuse: 45 horses seized from convicted abuser - Lodi, OH | Pet-Abuse.Com Animal Cruelty Database
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    07-05-2012, 04:35 PM
  #47
Weanling
When was the last time the horse was wormed and was it wormed for tape worm. Has anyone asked this question of the owner before reporting them?
     
    07-05-2012, 05:05 PM
  #48
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Eileen    
When was the last time the horse was wormed and was it wormed for tape worm. Has anyone asked this question of the owner before reporting them?
Sorry but if the horse had tapeworms so bad that it made him THAT skinny, then perhaps the owner should have bought some $12 dewormer several months ago and prevented it from happening in the first place. Anyone who would just let it get that bad without keeping up with simple deworming practices isn't really doing a very good job caring for their horses, IMO.
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    07-05-2012, 07:17 PM
  #49
Weanling
So true and I have seen owners that do everything right and forget about good worming habits.
     
    08-14-2012, 10:04 AM
  #50
Showing
While hoarding has been mentioned, in tough financial times, including when the cost of hay goes thro the roof, people will do what they can to get rid of what has become an unwanted horse. Many will tell a kind hearted person a story about drastic measures that will have to be taken if this person doesn't take the horse. Emotional blackmail. It can be difficult to turn an animal away, especially a horse. People have tried this with me but don't get the response they were expecting.
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