Horses rescued in Volusia County find new home in Bunnell
The horses will now live at a 31-acre ranch
VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. – Two horses rescued in Volusia County three months ago have found a new home in Bunnell, according to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office.
The Sheriff’s Office said deputies took custody of the two neglected horses and made sure they were rushed to veterinary monitoring.
After the horses finished recovering on Thursday, they were transported to their new home.
Rescued Horses Find New Home in Bunnell
Three months after our deputies took custody of two neglected mares, these beauties have found their way to a new home in Bunnell, in Flagler County. The horses have recovered from their ordeal with loving care and careful veterinary monitoring. On Thursday, they were transported to a 31-acre ranch where they will join seven horses -- and a protective donkey -- that roam the property. Sheriff Mike Chitwood is very grateful to the new owner for adopting these horses, who will get new names soon! Their new owner says they are already settling in: "I am so happy to have this opportunity to take care of these wonderful creatures. They will have a long and loving life."Posted by Volusia Sheriff's Office on Friday, March 6, 2020
Seven other horses already live at the 31-acre ranch.
The owner of the ranch still has to decide on the names for the horses.
"I am so happy to have this opportunity to take care of these wonderful creatures. They will have a long and loving life,” the new owner of the horses said.
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