The animal rescue team of The Humane Society of the United States worked alongside Camp County sheriff officials and Safe Haven Equine Rescue to raid a property and save over 150 horses, mules, and donkeys in Texas.
The horses were living in the worst circumstances imaginable with most of them being severely underweight with skin infections and cracked hooves. Some had eye infections or were even blind. There was very little grass to eat, and the horses stayed alive by eating tree bark.
But thanks to the Homes For Horses Coalition and their network of equine rescue partners, these horses have been taken into organizations to continue on their road to recovery before eventually being put up for adoption or placed in permanent sanctuary.