A Whinny is all it Took

A Whinny is all it Took

Before

The call came in on a Friday afternoon. A service technician called upon this run-down The grass is greener on the other sidefarm and noticed a whinnying horse as he entered the driveway. Horses don't whinny, he thought, unless there's something wrong with them. On closer look he immediately reached for the phone, as he was horrified at what he saw. Our investigator checked on the situation immediately and asked our staff for assistance in evaluating the situation accurately. Not only was there a horse on a dry lot with no food or water in an extremely emaciated condition, but there were also two goats that had been totally neglected. A notice was left for the owners to call HAHS. What started as an emergency situation ended with a voluntary relinquishment of all three animals, as the owners were moving and had no idea what to do with the animals.

After
General, as our staff named him, is enjoying healthy meals, has a full and clean water trough and has been vaccinated and de-wormed. He has a clean stall and he is gaining weight a little at a time. He will enjoy the company of the other old men here on the farm as soon as he is out of quarantine within the next couple of days.
The burrs have since been removed off his mane and tail and his body is shiny thanks to the efforts of our volunteers who enjoyed taking turns tending to this sweet natured four legged friend.
Jack and Jill the two goats are doing much better and although still in quarantine, enjoy the other goats here at HAHS from a distance.