Penticton horse rescuer Theresa Nolet investigated for treating free-roaming horses

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Free-ranging horses resting on Theresa Nolet’s property in Penticton (Theresa Nolet)

Medicine given to free-roaming horses made them unfit for human consumption

By Brady Strachan, CBC News Posted: Jan 29, 2016 4:05 PM PT Last Updated: Jan 29, 2016 4:13 PM PT

The RCMP in Penticton is investigating horse rescuer Theresa Nolet after she allegedly gave medication to free-roaming horses, which made at least one of the animals unfit for human consumption.

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4 comments

  1. ARe we going back to the dark ages, all this testing has to stop, life matters.

  2. She’s a hero in my opinion!!! Slaughter should be illegal not caring for the well being of another living creature !

  3. Theresa Nolet is the one doing the right thing!!!

  4. Anne Streeter · ·

    Good for Theresa Nolet! Any caring person would have done the same thing! Shame on the CFIA for involving the RCMP! You have to wonder who they are working for! They lose all credibility.

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