Sudbury, Ontario – Rescued horses in need of homes

Loki - one of the horses looking for a new beginning

Sep 15, 2011
 By: Jenny Jelen – Sudbury Northern Life Staff
 Twelve horses living without food, water or shelter have been brought back to health by the SPCA, and are now in search of greener pastures.

According to a media release from the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), the horses were taken from a Manitoulin Island farm seven months ago.

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  1. Dorothy · ·

    Would like to speak to someone from CHDC about two that need a home…no idea where to post or contact them…suggestions ?

    1. Hoping to help more · ·

      Dorothy there is a link on the right side of the page.

  2. Interestng, that the name of the person responsible is not given. Why is it so important to protect the identity of these people? There are registries for various cimes against human offenders. Not for animals? How on earth can you enforce a ban on owning animals, if the public isn’t made aware of the person’s identity? If the OSPCA does have police powers, shouldn’t it let the public know about their bans?
    Just curious.
    Never a before picture, in any news release, from the OSPCA.
    Good luck to them all.

    1. Hoping to help more · ·

      I agree with Horse I The Garage 100%. Let the public know who NOT to sell an animal too. We cannot support the SPCA properly if we are not informed completely

  3. Nice story and nice-looking-horse. Wish i could, but don,t have my own place yet. Maybe one day. Till then, GOOD-LUCK to these babies.. tks to everyone

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