Join Date: Dec 2014
Location: Temple, Georgia, USA 🇺🇸
Oh, Lordy... I don't know. Two of mine don't even have Transfer of Ownership papers, and yes, that does worry me. They are sort of rescues- the people who owned them previously knew nothing of horses- which is probably why they didn't ask to do a transfer-of-ownership thing- and things went down pretty quickly. Fortunately for my two sweeties, someone called the state enough until they did something about it. They told them that if they didn't do something by March 16 (?) they would take them away. On March 15 we bought two of the three (the third was a stallion so sadly we couldn't take him in). Unfortunately, Paw snuck off without me to go buy them, he said later that he didn't want me to come because he was afraid I would keep them from wanting to lower the price, which was kind of ridiculous because they were already priced $400 for the both of them. They brought it down to $200 for both. they came back with no Transfer of Ownership papers; that's what you get when you don't bring me. :P anyway, I pray that they never find out that you need such papers, because although I don't think the people are bad people (albeit ignorant), the fact remains that most likely if they wanted them back, it might be possible for them to take them back. ~shiver~
Not trying to distract from the original post, but I just really wanted to know if there was anything I could do. I can't just ask them to do it because I'm a minor and I also can't get my parents or grandparents to ask them because they wouldn't take it seriously. *sigh*
Have a blessed day!