Someone please tell this mother starvation is not a crime...
|Her foal died three days after birth|
|Wild animals locked in a cage|
Tell it to this horse...
|May 22nd, photo by Jodi Louth during her assessment for hay donation visit|
|Two weeks ago after he was removed from Wendi's and at his new adoptive home|
|Here he is after being captive for six weeks while still at Litchfield Corrals|
photo taken October 8, 2010
|Just days after his capture, Litchfield Corrals August 21, 2010|
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Allegan County Prosecutor Fred Anderson said the Sheriff's Office “will continue to assist the owner to ensure that all the horses are properly placed and maintained in a state of good health as required by state law. “If not this office will take further action to protect the safety of these horses.”
|Here is Romeo, center furthest back, on May 22nd by Jodi Louth during her assessment for hay donation visit|
|Romeo on June 8th,still at Wendi's, and after being under the "careful watch" of the Sheriff's Dept.|
for 2 1/2 weeks while he continued to decline
Jodi Louth from the Michigan Horse Welfare Coalition was astounded that his condition had deteriorated to this extent so quickly.
See more about Romeo and all these horses below.