Pasture Pals Equine Rescue
Foaled 2005, Palomino, Haflinger, Gelding 13.3 hands, 676 lbs (malnourished 2/23/19)
Bill will not be available for adoption until his owner comes forward to sign the surrender documents and/or until the holding period expires and the board of directors votes that he is ready and will be put up for adoption. A lady called us in tears! She and her husband were at their wits end! Someone had talked her husband into letting them keep their horses and minis on their property over a year ago. They said they would pay all the expenses, buy feed and hay and care for the animals. It just did not happen that way, and after not seeing the owner for a year, this woman and her husband did not have the means to continue caring for and feeding these animals that did not belong to them. Animal control had paid them a visit, and they could not take responsibility for these animals any longer! Animal Control is aware of the situation, this is not the first time they were notified about this same owner and her lack of ability to care for her animals. They tried to contact the owner and she just would not answer their calls or texts. What else could they do? They did not want to animals to suffer, so they called PPER! They were all wormy and in desperate need of hoof care. They got their shots, a vet evaluation to check their age and health. Bill has already started gaining weight and has had his first hoof trim in a very long time! To see all pictures of this beautiful boy, check out his album on Facebook
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