Amid the 'Hampshire Rescue Case of 2014,' 75 surrendered stallions were found in destroying condition. These ravishing creatures were dismissed, alarmed, and waiting for a wonder. 30 of the steeds were bound to slows down, with next to zero activity or association. The rest were left outside in disgraceful enclosures with inadequate haven, abundance compost, and absence of taking care of. The greater part of the steeds were skinny, malnourished, and scarcely surviving.
Yet, enter the magnificent people at the Hooved Animal Rescue and Protection Society (HARPS) in Barrington, Illinois. Donna Ewing, the author and president of HARPS, pledged to give these steeds a fresh out of the box new finding so as to start them the perpetual homes they required. With the assistance of Hands and Hooves of Chicago, HARPS set off on its unfathomable mission to spare every one of the 75 steeds before they were sent to butcherâ€¦ and they just had weeks to do as such.
In October of 2014, the creature saints put out a call to potential adopters, and word spread by means of neighborhood and national news outlets. Time was running out; would they have the capacity to pull off such an overwhelming accomplishmen