Adoption of horse supported

It is great to see a rescue case go into a home where they can flourish.

Dear Editor:

It is great to see a rescue case go into a home where they can flourish.

We become attached to the animals we look after (own, foster, paid employees etc.) and it makes it easier for us to know that there are great appropriate homes for these animals out there.

I hope that Janette wins her bid to adopt this companion.

It is a costly undertaking to have a horse and few people are in the position to have the land, money and time to adopt these more difficult cases.

It is great to hear that Janette has the opportunity to offer this horse just that.

Another possibility for a great happy story.

I hope that the board of directors for Critteraid condone this adoption.

Therese Washtock



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