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Urgent: These horses could be euthanized if not adopted within the next week.

This was a post on the rescue site I subscribe to. Thought it was worth passing the word. I don't know anything other than what's here.

12 Horses

91-yr-old inherited 12 horses in his pasture he rented. Owner passed away---91-yr-old does not want them. If someone doesn't take them he is sending them to auction/slaughter.

Animal Location:

Brown County Powhattan, KS

Alvin Wenger 785-467-8360

Birth Announcement!!

Guess what we woke up to this morning? Baby miniature donkey! We just thought mama Wendy was getting way too fat. Guess daddy Roy got the job done before we had him gelded.

Naming her Piper. Her full sister is Scout.

What's the weirdest thing you ever did as a kid?

Stupid may substitute.

I was an inveterate nail biter (still am if the situation calls for it). When I was a little kid, and my fingernails were nearly gone, I was still flexible enough to chew on my toenails.

You next.

Police See Disturbing Trend Of Dogs Found Shot, Killed

Source: News Channel 5, Nashville, TN


NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A disturbing number of animals are turning up shot and dumped - left to die. It's a disturbing new development that has owners and police especially concerned.

NewsChannel 5 reported a spike in the number of canine thefts in Middle Tennessee that was possibly connected to a local theft ring.

That trend has grown more disturbing rather than just disappearing, they're being killed. One beagle did survive. It was shot in the head and found dumped in a bag. Thankfully, veterinarians in Winchester were able to save the dog.

But others were not so lucky. Concerned citizens have sent in photos of dogs found shot and then dumped, some by the side of the road, in a half-dozen middle Tennessee counties. "It think it's horrible and we need to figure out why it's happening and who is doing it," said Veterinarian Allison Fields at the Hermitage Animal Clinic in Davidson County.

These dogs were shot with guns in more rural counties. Now, many wonder if some of them were among the many stolen in recent months.

This is the previous story which covers the thefts:

Read more: https://www.newschannel5.com/news/police-see-disturbing-trend-of-dogs-found-shot-killed

What the hell is wrong with people? We are driving down to Nashville on Saturday to adopt another Great Pyrenees. Sounds like a good thing in more ways than one.
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