Run don’t walk! To the annual Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County (HAROTC) Garage and Tack Sale September 9th, 10th, and 11th, 2016 From 9am to 3pm HAROTC has gathered donations and tack which will be for sale at: 5520 43rd Court NE (Foxhall Subdivision) (Entrance to the …
Bail was set at $2,500 for a Yelm man accused of abusing his 11 sheep and growing marijuana at his home.
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Trainer Bruce Hall came out for an all day session with our foster horses October 5. Most of our adoptable foster horses, and many of our volunteers participated.
Two horses and a mule were seized from a rural farm, part a shocking case of animal cruelty in Thurston County. One horse was in such bad shape veterinarians had to put him down on the spot. The case is being investigated by the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office and investigators say it’s not the first time the animal’s owners have been accused of abuse.
Hooved Animal Rescue of Thurston County recently placed two starving horses and a mule into foster homes, and now it’s asking the public to help get the animals rehabilitated.