A fluffy puppy will solve every problem!
She shared the photo on Instagram Monday and originally captioned it, "My new best friend" before changing it to "baby girl."
[Image via Instagram.]
This is messed up!
Outrage ensued after photos of horses dying or possibly dead surfaced online.
The pictures were from a Bonneville County farm, owned by a Sharon Wilson. When reporters tried to contact her - they found out her number had been disconnected.
"We do want to go and talk to Sharon and see what her thinking is in keeping these horses, and how she feels about the condition they're being kept in, but obviously we're going to respect those 'No Trespassing' signs while we're here."
Here's what a policeman said:
"We're doing this investigation along with the Department of Agriculture. They have a designated veterinarian who needs to examine the animal to determine if there's been any neglect."
A horse vet will visit the farm today.
We certainly hope someone gets to the bottom of what's going on here - fast!!!
This should not be allowed in this day of age, and we hope someone gets those horses under better care as soon as possible.
[Image via Wikimedia Commons.]